Had a horse when I was young,
I was trying to put it's saddle on,
When I felt a warm breeze from the river bed,
So I went finshing for some rainbow trout,
When in the distance I heard Momma shout
'Hurry up son, dinner's goin' cold'

Workin' in the city, the country's still my home,
Life just ain't the same without
Cowboys and Cadillacs
Blue jeans and Black hats
It don't matter how high the buildings rise,
City always lacks,
Ol' campfire melodies,
Daddy used to sing to me,
Though it's got fancy bars,
With models and stars,
Memories take me back,
Cowboys and Cadallics

Now I'm up at Six Am,
Cuz' there's bills to pay and times no friend,
So I grab a cup of coffee on my way out the door,
Fightin' traffic every inch of the way,
I crank the radio and try to excape,
And they play an old song that brings a little smile.

Workin' in the city, the country's still my home,
Life just ain't the same without
Cowboys and Cadillacs
Blue jeans and Black hats
It don't matter how high the buildings rise,
The city still lacks,
Ol' campfire melodies,
My daddy used to sing to me,
Though it's got fancy bars,
With models and stars,
Memories take me back,
Cowboys and Cadallics

These old worn boots,
Are still apart of me,
You can take me out around the world,
But the country's where my heart will be.

Cowboys and Cadillacs
Blue jeans and Black hats
It don't matter how high the buildings rise,
The city always lacks,
Ol' campfire melodies,
Daddy used to sing to me,
Though it's got fancy bars,
With models and stars,
The memories take me back,
Cowboys and Cadallics

Oh yeah, Cowboys and Cadillacs
Cowboys and Cadillacs
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Cowboys And Cadillacs Lyrics

Jaydee Bixby – Cowboys And Cadillacs Lyrics