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Cowboys And Daddy's Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Cowboys And Daddy's Song Lyrics and Chords by Bobby Bare

 

Cowboys And Daddy's
Recorded by Bobby Bare
Written by Marty Cooper
C 
I know you're  
G7 
sleepy it's  
C 
time to go  
G7 
home
F 
Momma is  
Em 
waiting for  
F 
you all  
C 
alone
 
But I'll  
F 
see you next  
C 
Sunday
 
Let me  
Dm 
dry your  
Em 
eyes
 
You know  
F 
cowboys and  
C 
daddy's 
 
 
G7 
don't ever  
C 
cry
 
I liked the  
G7 
movie the  
C 
picnic was  
G7 
fun
 
Of  
F 
course I  
Em 
still love you you  
F 
don't have to ask me  
C 
son
 
And I'll  
F 
see you next  
C 
Sunday
 
And let me  
Dm 
dry your  
Em 
eyes
 
Cause you know  
F 
cowboys and  
C 
daddy's 
 
 
G7 
don't ever  
C 
cry
 
I  
Em 
dream some day we could  
F 
go 
 
away
 
I'd take you down to  
C 
Mexico or up on  
D7 
Hudson's 
 
 
G7 
Bay
 
Are  
Am 
but only a fool knows the  
Em 
grief of schemes
 
I've never  
F 
been too good at  
D7 
planning it  
G7 
seems
C 
Some day when you're  
G7 
older and the  
C 
cowboys 
 
 
G7 
grown
F 
You'll know how it  
Em 
hurts every  
F 
time I take you  
C 
home
 
I  
F 
wait for each  
C 
Sunday with  
Dm 
tears in my  
Em 
eyes
 
That's when  
F 
cowboys and  
C 
daddy's 
 
 
G7 
don't ever  
C 
cry
F 
Cowboys and  
C 
Daddy's 
 
 
G7 
don't ever  
C 
cry

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Cowboys And Daddy's?
- The song Cowboys And Daddy's was sang by Bobby Bare.

 

Who is Bobby Bare?
- Robert Joseph Bare Sr. (born April 7, 1935) is an American country music singer and songwriter, best known for the songs "Marie Laveau", "Detroit City" and "500 Miles Away from Home". He is the father of Bobby Bare Jr., also a musician.

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