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Chris Ledoux – So You Want To Be A Cowboy lyrics

So you wanna be a cowboy and you wanna rodeo
Well I don't see nothin' to hold you back just pack your stuff and go
You'll travel many highways and boy you're gonna see it all
You'll have yourself some good times but you're gonna take some falls
Now lay off the hard liquor leave them pills alone
They'll only dull the senses and leave you weak and stoned
If you wanna be a winner son you better play it straight
Give it everything you got when they open up the gate
Well there ain't no easy goin on the rodeo trail
For every man that's made it a hundred men have failed
But if you're mighty lucky and you gotta lot of try
There's a big gold buckle waitin at the end of the line

Now if you got a woman son you better know her well
Cause it takes a special lady to follow you through hell
But if she'll stand beside you when you're down to your last dime
You've got yourself a treasure that few men ever find
Well there ain't no easy...



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