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Mel Tillis performs "Coca Cola Cowboy "On Grand Ole Opry.

Mel Tillis performs "Coca Cola Cowboy "On Grand Ole Opry.

"Coca-Cola Cowboy" is a song written by Steve Dorff, Sandy Pinkard, Sam Atchley and Bud Dain, and recorded by American country music artist Mel Tillis. It was released in June 1979 as the first single from the album Mr. Entertainer. The song was featured in the film, Every Which Way but Loose, starring Clint Eastwood and the film Bandit Goes Country (which also had Tillis in the film) starring Brian Bloom. "Coca-Cola Cowboy" was Tillis' fifth number one on the U.S. country singles chart, where it spent one week at the top and a total of eleven weeks on the chart.

Mel Tillis - Coca Cola Cowboy lyrics

 

I called, collect on the phone

You say you're tired and alone

But it sounds like someone else is lying there

She said, "Don't call me no more"

Don't you knock on my door

Its too late now and I know you'll never change

She said, "You're just a Coca Cola cowboy"

You got an Eastwood smile and Robert Redford hair

But you walked across my heart like it was Texas

And you taught me how to say I just don't care

She said just leave me alone

And let me hang up this phone

'Cause he'll see me cry and think I still love you

Please don't call me no more

I changed the locks on my door

It's time you understood that we are through

She said, "You're just a Coca Cola cowboy"

You got an Eastwood smile and Robert Redford hair

But you walked across my heart like it was Texas

And you taught me how to say I just don't care

She said, "You're just a Coca Cola cowboy"

You got an Eastwood smile and Robert Redford hair

But you walked across my heart like it was Texas

And you taught me how to say I just don't care

Yes, she taught me how to say I just don't care



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