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A Cowboy Needs A Horse lyrics

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Donny Osmond – A Cowboy Needs A Horse lyrics

(Vocalizing)

Oh, a cowboy needs a horse, needs a horse, needs a horse
And she's gotta have a rope, have a rope, have a rope
And she oughta' have a song, have a song, have a song
If she wants to keep ridin'

Now a cowboy needs a hat, needs a hat, needs a hat
And a pair of fancy boots, fancy boots, fancy boots
And a set of shiny spurs, shiny spurs, shiny spurs
If she wants to keep ridin'

Oh, the fence is long, and the sun is hot
And the good Lord knows that a cowboy's gotta keep
Ridin', ridin' along

So she gets herself a horse, and a rope, and a song
And she finds herself a hat, fancy boots, shiny spurs
And there's nothing more she needs, or can have, or can get
If she wants to keep ridin', ridin' along

(Ad-lib vocal section)

Oh, the fence is long, and the sun is hot
And the good Lord knows that a cowboy's gotta keep
Ridin', ridin' along

Spurs, shiny spurs
Boots, fancy boots
Sings a western song
Ro-oh-oh-ope
And a horse
If she wants to keep ridin', ridin' along

(Vocalizing)



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