Cowboys Are Common As Sin Song Lyrics and Chords by Vern Gosdin
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Recorded by Vern Gosdin
Written by Max D. Barnes
[C]Just to damn pretty to [F]be in this barroom [C]alone
You must be out lookin’ fo[F]r something you can’t find[C] at home
This [G7]smoky old tavern [F]ain’t no place for ladies t[C]o be
You’re just askin’ for trou[G7]ble hangin’ around cowboys[C] like me
[F]Ladies are ladies even when they’re in d[C]isguise
And the [D7]look of a lady shows through your blue velvet [G7]eyes
You don'[C]t wade in deep water when yo[F]u don’t even know how[C] to swim some
You see ladies are ladies cause [G7]cowboys are as common as [C]sin
Guitars and dobros [F]can’t play your favorit[C]e tune
And the music your after ain'[F]t played in some cheap hote[C]l room
The [G7]places I’d take yo[F]u sure ain’t no Holi[C]day Inn
You see ladies are ladies us [G7]cowboys are as common as [C]sin
Who sang the the song Cowboys Are Common As Sin?
– The song Cowboys Are Common As Sin was sang by Vern Gosdin.
Who is Vern Gosdin?
– Vernon Gosdin (August 5, 1934 – April 28, 2009) was an American country music singer. Known as “The Voice” he had 19 top-10 solo hits on the country music charts from 1977 through 1990. Three of these hits went to Number One: “I Can Tell By the Way You Dance (You’re Gonna Love Me Tonight)”, “Set ‘Em Up Joe”, and “I’m Still Crazy”.