"She's in Love with a Rodeo Man" as written by and Bob Mcdill....
She's a barmaid in a west Texas dance hall
She's there ev'ry night till they close
And the cowboy's pay for the jukebox
And she plays 'San Antonio Rose'

Well I know her life ain't been easy
Lord, the lines in her face say it all
But she still is a beautiful woman
In the lights of the Texas dance hall

But she won't sit down at your table
And I know that you can't hold her hand
She won't go home with you cowboy
She's in love with a rodeo man

Well he's hard and he's scarred and he's grayin'
And he's stoned most all of the time
And he drinks at a dark corner table
And he waits there until closin' time

So she won't sit down at your table
And I know that you can't hold her hand
She won't go home with you cowboy
She's in love with a rodeo man

She won't sit down at your table
And I know that you can't hold her hand
She won't go home with you cowboy
She's in love with a rodeo man


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"She's in Love with a Rodeo Man" as written by Bob Mcdill

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