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She’s In Love With A Rodeo Man

Released by Don Williams in 1974
From the Album: Don Williams, Vol. 2 |

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She’s a barmaid in a west Texas dance hall
She’s there ev’ry night till they close
And the cowboy’s pay for the jukebox
And she plays ‘San Antonio Rose’

Well I know her life ain’t been easy
And the lines in her face say it all
But she still is a beautiful woman
In the lights of the Texas dance hall

But she won’t sit down at your table
And I know that you can’t hold her hand
She won’t go home with you cowboy
She’s in love with a rodeo man

Well he’s hard and he’s scarred and he’s grayin’
And he’s stoned most all of the time
And he drinks at a dark corner table
And he waits there until closin’ time


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The lyrics to She’S In Love With A Rodeo Man are the words, verses and chorus for the song released by Don Williams in 1974. Elements of the lyrics to She’S In Love With A Rodeo Man are both direct in meaning and also metaphorical with the real meanings of the song only known by Don Williams and any collaborating writers working on the lyrics for She’S In Love With A Rodeo Man back when it was created.

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