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John Barry – Midnight Cowboy lyrics

Midnight Cowboy, Midnight Cowboy
See the lonesome Midnight Cowboy
Once his hopes were high as the sky
Once a dream was easy to buy
Too soon, his eager fingers were burned
Soon life's lonely lessons are learned
Hearts are made for caring
Life is made for sharing
Love is all that's left in the end

Midnight Cowboy, Midnight Cowboy
See the lonely Midnight Cowboy
Once his hopes were high as the sky
Once a dream was easy to buy
Too soon, his eager fingers were burned
Soon life's lonely lessons are learned
Hearts are made for caring
Life is made for sharing

Love is all that's left in the end
Love can turn the tide for a friend
Love can hold a dream together
Love is all that lasts forever
Love is all that's left in the end
Love can turn the tide for a friend
Love can hold a dream together
Love is all that lasts forever

Midnight Cowboy, Midnight Cowboy
See the lonely Midnight Cowboy
Midnight Cowboy, Midnight Cowboy
See the lonely Midnight Cowboy
Midnight Cowboy, Midnight Cowboy
See the lonely Midnight Cowboy
Midnight Cowboy, Midnight Cowboy
See the lonely Midnight Cowboy



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/john_barry/midnight_cowboy.html

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