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(Vince Gill/Reed Nielsen)

Have you ever been down to Texas
Down around San Antone
They love to go all night and treat you right
And party till the cows come home

I love it when the let their hair down
And dance real close to you
You know I'm a sucker baby for what the cowgirls do
What the cowgirls do

They ain't no different up in Oklahoma
They ain't afraid to stay up til dawn
They love to cut a run and chug a lug
Longnecks til their money's all gone

I love it when the let their hair down
And dance real close to you
You know I'm a sucker baby for what the cowgirls do
What the cowgirls do

There's cowgirls all across the country
From Baton Rouge to Bangor Maine
It ain't hard to see they'll be the death of me
They're gonna drive my little heart insane

I love it when the let their hair down
And dance real close to you
You know I'm a sucker baby for what the cowgirls do
What the cowgirls do



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