"Texas Ranger" as written by and Gary William O'connor....
(Gary O'Connor)
(Track 7 - Time 3:17)

Well he caught her doin' 90 at the top of a hill
He called out, "get over, now who you tryin' to kill"
Oh she caught her reflection in a mirror on his face
In her K-mart collection of leather and lace
They followed the directions to the letter of the law
And in a turn of events she told him, "up against the wall"
She took a look around and said, "can't you feel the danger?"
Baby won't you be my Texas Ranger

Callin' help please
Won't somebody rescue me
I'll be around now, don't be a stranger
I just want to be your Texas Ranger

He said my momma calls me sonny but you can call me ray
I bring love to justice, I'm in it for the game
With a black-belt in flirtation she put him to the test
So they made a reservation in the wild, wild west
And they heard him call as she fell into favor
Baby won't you be my Texas Ranger

Callin' help please
Lock me up and lose the key
Well the arms of the law getcha sooner or later
Baby won't you be my Texas Ranger

Oh save me Texas
I want you to help me, help me
Damsel in distress
Oooh, I'm all out of breath
And I'm in a cold sweat, yeah

Callin' help please
Lock me up and lose the key
Gonna shoot out the lights, wake up the neighbors
Baby won't you be my Texas Ranger

Take me, take me, take me to Texas baby
Won't you be my Texas Ranger
I just want to be your Texas Ranger


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"Texas Ranger" as written by Gary William O'connor

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