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Cowboy lyrics and chords are intended for your private use only. What a
great Mel Tillis song to play and sing, it has simple chords and a
pretty melody, even us amateurs can do this one.
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Coca Cola Cowboy recorded by Mel Tillis written by James S. Pinkard,Jr., Irving Dain and Stephen H. Dorff Sam Atchley
D7 G I called collect on the phone D7 G D7 You say you're tired and alone G C But it sounds like some one else is lying there Am She said don't call me no more D7 Am D7 Don't you knock on my door Am D7 G It's too late now and I know you'll never change G C And she said you're just a coca cola cowboy Am D7 G D7 You got a sexy smile and Robert Redford hair G C But you walked across my heart like it was Texas Am D7 G And you taught me how to say I just don't care D7 G She said just leave me alone D7 G D7 And let me hang up this phone G C Cause he'll see me cry and think I still love you Am Please don't call me no more D7 Am D7 I changed the locks on my door Am D7 G It's time you understood that we are through G C And she said you're just a coca cola cowboy Am D7 G D7 You got a sexy smile and Robert Redford hair G C But you walked across my heart like it was Texas Am D7 G And you taught me how to say I just don't care
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Tillis has been in the music industry for many years, early in his
career he was primarily known as a writer rather than a vocalist. That
certainly has changed and we as country music fans reap the rewards.
this is a fun and easy song to do, so copy these Coca Cola Cowboy lyrics and chords and enjoy.