I can say no to cherry pie ala mode A Mercedes don't tempt me a bit I can resist buying designer clothes But heaven knows I've got to admit Cowboys are my weakness From L.A. to Abilene Cowboys are my weakness Could it be the genes I really go for a rodeo Romeo I gotta know what's under that hat Show me a man who loves his old pickup truck You gotta love somebody like that
Cowboys are my weakness From L.A. to Abilene Cowboys are my weakness Could it be the jeans They're so strong, they're so shy A little bit wild, but so am I I love their walk and I love their ways Makes me wanna go yippee yo ki ay Cowboys are my weakness From L.A. to Abilene Cowboys are my weakness Oh, you know what I mean
Writer/s: TOM CURTIS SHAPIRO, HOLLY S. DUNN, CHRIS WATERS
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, MIKE CURB MUSIC
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