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I Ain’t Her Cowboy Anymore lyrics and chords are intended for your
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I Ain’t Her Cowboy Anymore Recorded by George Strait Written by Dean Dillon and Scotty Emerick
C I pack my saddle throw it in that two horse trailer F C Back up my truck hook 'em up and drive away
Won't be the first time but this times the last time F C She meant it when she said it that's all I've got to say G7 Never have been thrown like this before C I ain't her cowboy anymore
Never saw it comin' but I knew where it was goin' F C When she asked how long this time before I hit the road
She didn't come right out and say it but I sure got the message F C When I reached out to hold her that shoulder sure was cold G7 Figured I'd just let goodbye run its course C I ain't her cowboy anymore
F These white lines are a blur
Like the last few nights I spent with her Am G7 F I don't know where I went wrong or if I did
Like the good ol' boy I am
I told her that I understand Am G7 F But lord knows that I won't long as I live Dm G7 Seems lately every time it rains it pours C I ain't her cowboy anymore
We met in Denver settled down in Dallas F C The best days of my life were the ones I spent with her
You'd think that all that lovin' ought to count for something F C Guess I wore out my welcome like the rowels of these old spurs G7 That Casper sunset's what I'm shootin' for C Cause I ain't her cowboy anymore
F C F C Her cowboy anymore I ain't her cowboy anymore
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