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it's a very good country song recorded by The Bellamy Brothers.
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Cowboy Beat Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers Written by David Bellamy and John Beland
G Well it could be anywhere in the U.S.A.
Texas Tennessee down in F.L.A. C When the weekend falls and all the girls come out G Well that's what a country boys life is all about
D7 Well there's a band or a jukebox everywhere we go C Get in the car turn on the radio D7 Country music playing out in the streets C G Everybody's dancin' to the cowboy beat
Well way out west they get a burning desire
When the guitars play it really feeds the fire C Arizona California down the Vegas way G They're even feeling the beat through the heat of the day
D7 You know they're fallin' in love all over this land C From Alaska to the Rio Grande D7 So hold on to your baby while you move your feet C G Everybody's dancin' to the cowboy beat
C Well they're sellin' like hotcakes everywhere we go G Showing up in honky tonks and rodeos A7 Twangin' and a kickin' on the movie screens C D7 Lord it's takin' over everything
G Well it could be anywhere in the U.S.A
Texas Tennessee down in F.L.A C Way up in New York City at the Broadway show G They're wearin' boots and buckles while they do si do
D7 You know they're bringin' the whole world down to its knees C So move a little closer and hold on to me D7 We'll dance down the isle life'll be so sweet C G Raisin' our kids to the cowboy beat
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