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it's a very good country song recorded by Tommy Cash.
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The Cowboy And The Lady Recorded by Tommy Cash Written by Peggy Jean Russell G C She said any other time she never would G Have picked me up but I looked lonely D7 I was standing in the pouring rain G With my a beat-up guitar strapped across my back C She said she never did this kind of thing G Except for this time only D7 I told her I was glad because G I'd never been inside a Cadillac
C It didn't take her long to make me feel G That I was more than just a cowboy D7 Cause looking at her moved me more G Than touching any girl I'd ever known C Said she couldn't help comparing me to all G Those rich old men she'd tried to care for D7 And Lord she had a smile that made me feel G Like I was finally coming home
C Oh the cowboy and the lady ain't G The kind of folks you usually see together C The velvet and the English lace D7 But sorted out a place with jeans and leather (I like your leather) C But once inside each other's arms G The difference makes no difference anymore D7 Cause the cowboy and the lady G Found the feeling the whole world's looking for
C She told me she had friends that tried to tell her G What a big mistake she's making D7 They said I was a drifter just looking G For a nice warm place to sleep C But she decided loving me was worth more G Than the chances she was taking D7 And when she kissed me I could feel G The earth began to move beneath my feet
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