"Cowboy Forever" as written by and Dean Dillon John Martin....
They were carved from the canyons
And raised on the plains
Made for stampedes and Cowtown saloons
They choked on the trail dust
Slept out in the rain
Led hard lives that ended too soon
That one generation transformed a nation
As descendants of those chosen few

We're cowboys, cowboys forever
And we'll stand together as long as we live and breathe
We're cowboys, cowboys forever
We've always been, it's what we'll always be
Cowboys forever

Now they're cops in the city
Their lives on the line
They're truck drivers hauling that freight
They're young soldiers leaving their loved ones behind
They're all those who pull their own weight
That one generation that transformed a nation
As the decedents
We all salute here

'Cause we're cowboys, cowboys forever
And we'll ride together as long as we live and breathe
We're cowboys, cowboys forever
We've always been, it's what we'll always be
We're cowboys forever

We're cowboys, cowboys forever
And we'll ride together as long as we live and breathe
We're cowboys, cowboys forever
We've always been, it's what we'll always be
We're cowboys forever


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"Cowboys Forever" as written by Dean Dillon John Martin

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