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Call Him a Cowboy lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use,
it's one of my favorite Conway Twitty songs. You'll love the rhythm in
this one, it's fun and very easy to do.
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Don't Call Him a Cowboy recorded by Conway Twitty written by Debbie Hupp, Johnny MacRae, and Bob Morrison
C So you came from New York city F C And you want to see the sights
You've heard all about those cowboys G7 And those crazy Texas nights
C I see you've got your eye on something F C Leaning on the bar F C But the toughest ride he's ever had G7 C Was in his foreign car
G7 So don't call him a cowboy C Until you've seen him ride G7 Cause a Stetson hat and those fancy boots C Don't tell ya what's inside no
F And if he ain't good in the saddle C Am Lord you won't be satisfied F So don't call him a cowboy G7 C Until you've seen him ride
He's a Hollywood idea F C Of the wild and wooly west
In his French designer blue jeans G7 And his custom tailored vest
C You think he's the real thing F C But I think you oughta know F C He can't even make it through G7 C A one night rodeo no
Repeat #3 & 4 & 3
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man had many hit records in his career, this one didn't get as popular
as some, but I really enjoy playing and singing it. Use these Don't Call Him a Cowboy lyrics and chords to assist you in learning this great old country song.