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​What More Could a Cowboy Need

This song is by Chris LeDoux and appears on the album Old Cowboy Heroes (1980).

Well, I spent half my life out on the highway
Chasin' rodeos through every little town
In an old pick-up truck with a little cowboy luck
Well, I never thought I'd ever settle down

Back then I didn't know what I was missin'
Just a-runnin' wild and livin' fancy free
I had money in my jeans and my gold buckle dreams
And I swore no woman would ever capture me

But now things have changed and I'm happy
I got a women that I love and three boys that call me pappy
Got the good Lord up above, I'm in a country that I love
Now, what more could a cowboy ever need

Yea, I had everything I ever wanted
And a woman couldn't fit into my world
'Cause I had broncs to ride and a million miles to drive
And a cowboy just can't have a steady girl

But now things have changed and I'm happy
I got a women that I love and three boys that call me pappy
Got the good Lord up above, I'm in a country that I love
Now, what more could a cowboy ever need
Got the good Lord up above, I'm in a country that I love
Now, what more could a cowboy ever need

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