"I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart" as written by and Patsy Montana....
I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheartheart I wanna learn to rope and ride
I wanna ride o'er the plains and the desert
Out west of the great divide
I wanna hear the coyotes howl
While the sun sets in the west
I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheart
The life I love the best

I wanna ride old paint going on a run
I wanna feel the wind in my face
A thousand miles from most city lights
Going at a cowhand's pace
I wanna pillow my head near the sleeping herd
While the moon shines down from above
I wanna strum my guitar oh yodel-layee-tee
Oh that's the the life I love

I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheartheart I wanna learn to rope and ride
I wanna ride o'er the plains and the desert
Out west of the great divide
I wanna hear the coyotes howl
While the sun sets in the west
I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheart
The life I love the best

Now I have found my cowboy sweetheart
And he tought me to rope and ride
And we've settled down in the california town
That's west of the great devide
And two little cowgirls have two kids of their own
That makes me yodelin' grandma
And that rides side by side
He is my rootie tootie coyboy grandpa


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"I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart" as written by Patsy Montana

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