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Soft music and hard liquor
Short leather skirt and high heeled, s**t kickers
Little things that help a cowboy look like a girl.

Red lipstick and a rhinestone jacket
Platinum wig with earrings to match it
And he's looking for a cowgirl who'll understand.

For eighteen years he farmed those fields his daddy left him
You can see all the hard work if you look at his hands.

But when it comes to his choice in fashion
A blouse and a skirt are his only passion
He'll accessorize just like any woman can.

Soft music and hard liquor
Don't go looking for a rainbow sticker on his truck.
You won't find one, he ain't that kind of guy.

He just likes shoe shopping and an ice cream sundae.
Fun today but come sunrise Monday
He'll be back on his John Deere tractor once again.

He got misty-eyed when they cancelled All My Children.
He likes to gossip down at the feed and seed.

And his own little slice of heaven
Is getting gussied up and dressing like Dale Evans
And he's looking for a cowgirl who'll understand

Soft music and hard liquor
Short leather skirts and high heeled, s**t kickers
Little things to help a cowboy look like a girl.

Red lipstick and a rhinestone jacket
Girl don't bring it if you can't back it
Cause he's looking for a cowgirl who'll understand.



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