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Chris LeDoux performs "Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy"

"Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy" is a song written by Garth Brooks and Mark D. Sanders, and recorded by American country music artist Chris LeDoux with Garth Brooks. It was released in July 1992 as the first single from his album Whatcha Gonna Do with a Cowboy. The song reached number 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in September 1992.Brooks is featured as a duet partner, although he only received chart credit in Canada.

Chris LeDoux - Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy lyrics

 

I can see you got your eye on this old cowboy

And I can tell you've never had one for your own

Or you've never been around one

Now you're thinkin' that you've found one

Well, it might be kinda fun to take him home

 

You giggle every time that I say, "Yes, ma'am"

And I get this feelin' if I held you tight

You'd be seein' his and hers

Buckles, boots and spurs

But that's a feelin' you'll get over overnight

 

'Cause whatcha gonna do with a cowboy

When that old rooster crows at dawn

When he's lyin' there instead

Of gettin' out of bed

And puttin' on his boots and gettin' gone

 

What you gonna do when he says, "Honey

I've got half a mind to stay"

What you gonna do with a cowboy

When he don't saddle up and ride away

 

You can see it takes a special kinda woman

To put with the life a cowboy leads

'Cause his boots are always muddy

And his beer drinkin' buddies

They'll camp out on your couch and never leave

 

Don't even start to think you're gonna change him

You'd be better off to try and rope the wind

What he is is what you got

And he can't be what he's not

And honey you can't hide him from your friends

 

So whatcha gonna do with a cowboy

When that old rooster crows at dawn

When he's lyin' there instead

Of gettin' out of bed

And puttin' on his boots and gettin' gone

 

What you gonna do when he says, "Honey

And, "I've got half a mind to stay"

What you gonna do with a cowboy

When he don't saddle up and ride away

Yeah, what you gonna do with a cowboy

When he don't saddle up and ride away


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