Lyle Lovett, Gene Eichelberger Cowboy Man cover

Cowboy Man
by & Gene Eichelberger
Lyrics and Meaning


Released
January 1, 2001
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Song Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
She wore glass slippers
She held her head up high
She had that sparkle at her feet
And that twinkle in her eye
Verse 2
She smiled at me
And as I wondered why
She said I'm looking for a cowboy
To take me for a ride
Verse 3
And he can rope me on the prairie
And he can ride me on the plain
And I will be his Cinderella
If he'll be my cowboy man
Verse 4
She said I've got a forty-gallon stetson hat
With a thirty eight-foot brim
We could dance around the outside baby
'Til we both fall in
Verse 5
And you can rope me on the prairie
And you can ride me on the plain
And I will be your Cinderella
If you'll be my cowboy man
Verse 6
Now I ain't never been no cowboy
But heaven knows I try
Cause I'll be riding tall in my saddle
With that Cinderella by my side
Verse 7
And I can rope her on the prairie
And I can ride her on the plain
And she will be me my Cinderella
If I'll be her cowboy man

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