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A Cowboy and a Dancer Lyrics Meanings
by Tracy Byrd

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A Cowboy and a Dancer Lyrics

I was thumbin' my way outta San Antone
Saddle on my back, my Raybans on
A dusty old cowboy hat, scuffed up jeans

When a turquoise elder ado with horns on the hood
Slowed down to help me out like I hoped someone would
She was peelin' an apple and drivin' with one nail

She said, "Hey cowboy, where's your horse?
I said I lost everything but this saddle in my second divorce

And if you don't mind
I'll keep the rest to myself

She said, she'd put herself through college wearin' high heels
And dancin' every night for a garter belt full of bills
Just wasn't the Broadway she dreamed about

And if I didn't mind
She'd keep the rest to herself

A cowboy and a dancer
Leavin' Texas in the rear view mirror
Searchin' for some answers
A cowboy and a dancer

By the time we reached the Arizona line
We were peakin' at each other out of the corner of our eyes
The sun was settin' low and love was on the wind

We stopped in Tuscan to get some sleep
Ended up sharin' the backseat to catch a couple of winks

And if you don't mind
I'll keep the rest to myself

A cowboy and a dancer
Leavin' Texas in the rear view mirror
Searchin' for some answers
A cowboy and a dancer

We were holdin' hands as we reached the California coast
A new wind in our sails, we're makin' the most
So the story goes, 'All's Well That Ends Well'

And if you don't mind
I'll keep the rest to myself

I was thumbin' my way outta San Antone

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