"Rodeo Man" as written by Robert Wilson Royer and Sarah Elizabeth Hooker....
You better not fall for the rodeo man

If you want a little cottage with flowers growin' up the wall
Big pot cookin' when good friends come to call
Three little children, two of them planned
You better not fall for the rodeo man

But oh little sister what did you go and do
He's tough on the ponies and twice as hard on you
With a mouth full of chew and a pocket of sand
You go and fall in love with the rodeo man

So you ride that wind from town to town
Followin' that dream around
Hopin' when that cowboy falls
You'll catch him when he comes tumblin' down

I know he's got the stuff that'll bring out the woman in you
But you just gotta have that hard ridin' buck-a-roo
Well, just because he does it like nobody can
You go and fall in love with the rodeo man

You're gonna catch him when he comes tumblin' down

I know he's got the stuff that'll bring out the woman in you
But you just gotta have that hard ridin' buck-a-roo
And just because he does it like nobody can
You go and fall in love with the rodeo man
Yeah just because he does it like nobody can
You go and fall in love with the rodeo man
You go and fall in love with the rodeo man
Yeah you go and fall in love with the rodeo man


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"Rodeo Man" as written by Sarah Elizabeth Hooker Robert Wilson Royer

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