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COWBOYS AND DADDYS (Marty Cooper) Tompall Glaser - 1973 Bobby Bare - 1975 I know you're sleepy, it's time to go home Mama is waiting for you all alone But I'll see you next Sunday, let me dry your eyes You know cowboys and daddys don't ever cry I liked the movie, the picnic was fun Of course I still love ya, you don't have to ask me, son And I'll see you next Sunday, but let me dry your eyes 'Cause you know cowboys and daddys don't ever cry I dream someday we could go away I'd take you down to Mexico or up on Hudson's Bay Ah, but only a fool knows the grief of the schemes I've never been too good at planning it seems Someday when you're older and the cowboy is grown You'll know how it hurts ev'ry time I take you home I wait for each Sunday with tears in my eyes That's when cowboys and daddys don't ever cry Cowboys and daddys don’t ever cry (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - May 2012)

    


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