"I Loved a Cowboy" as written by and Lynn Marie Miles....
I loved a cowboy
I loved his cowboy ways
I loved his sky-blue eyes
Those cold November days
He'd walk across the field
And I could see his breath
And I swear I heard his heart
Beating inside his chest

And those nights spent in two-horse towns
Pick-up trucks and country bars
Those nights were like blankets
Like movies
Like falling . . . like falling . . . stars

Well I loved this cowboy
More than I should admit
More than I knew was right
But I got real used to it
I would go out ridin'
For two weeks at a time
And I knew the only lonely heart
Was never his, only mine

And those nights spent in two-horse towns
Pick-up trucks and country bars
Those nights were like blankets
Like movies
Like falling . . . like falling . . . stars

When I thought about it
Some loves are compromise
Some loves burn bright and fast and die
Some loves are all on one side
So I left this cowboy
I left on New Year's Day
It was my resolution
I just up and rode away

From those nights spent in two-horse towns
Pick-up trucks and country bars
Those nights were like blankets
Like movies
Like falling . . . like falling . . . stars


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"I Loved a Cowboy" as written by Lynn Marie Miles

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