"Cowboy Song" as written by Brian Michael Downey and Philip Parris Lynott....
I am just a cowboy, lonesome on the trail
Those starry nights, campfire lights
The coyote call, the howling wind wails
As I ride out on an uncertain sundown

I am just a cowboy, lonesome on the trail
Lord, I'm just thinking about a certain female
The nights we spent together riding on the range
Looking back it all seems so strange

Roll me over and turn me around
Let me keep spinning 'til I hit the ground
Roll me over and let me go
Riding in the Buffalo

I was took in Texas, I did not know her name
Lord, those southern girls all seem the same
Down below the border, a town in Mexico
I set out with the rodeo

Roll me over and turn me around
Let me keep spinning 'til I hit the ground
Roll me over and let me go
Riding free with the Buffalo

Roll me over and turn me around
Let me keep spinning 'til I hit the ground
Roll me over and let me go
Riding in the rodeo

Roll me over and I'll turn around
And I'll watch my fingers go up and down
Up and down
That's okay amigo, let me go

Roll me over and turn me around
Let me keep spinning 'til I hit the ground
Roll me over and let me go
Riding in the rodeo

Roll me over and let me be
Roll me over and let me be
Cowboy's life is the one for me


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"Cowboy Song" as written by Philip Parris Lynott Brian Michael Downey

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