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Waylon & Willie - Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

Released in January 1978 and included on the album, Waylon & Willie (RCA 1978). Arriving at number one on March 4, 1978, he remained 4 weeks in a row as number one.

Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

Recorded for the first time by Ed, in October of 1975 for the label United Artist, produced by Chuck Haines & Patsy Bruce, arrived at the position number 15 of the country lists between the end of 1975 and early 1976.

 

But the most successful version was recorded by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, was released in January 1978 and included on the album, Waylon & Willie (RCA 1978). Arriving at number one on March 4, 1978, he remained 4 weeks in a row as number one.

Story Of The Song:

Some Versions:

 

Chris Ledoux 1976 (American Cowboy Songs 1976)

Tommy West 1976 (Life song Records)

Waylon And Willie 1978 (RCA)

The Chipmunks & Jerry Reed 1981 (RCA)

Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee 1981 (Full Moon)

Wendell Adkins 1983 (Gilley’s Records )

Troy Cassar-Daley & Adam Harvey 2013 (Sony Music)

Adam Brand & the Outlaws 2016 (ABC Music)

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Waylon & Willie – Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys Lyrics

 

Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys

Don’t let ’em pick guitars and drive them old trucks

Make ’em be doctors and lawyers and such

Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys

‘Cause they’ll never stay home and they’re always alone

Even with someone they love

 

A Cowboy ain’t easy to love and he’s harder to hold

He’d rather give you a song than silver or gold

Budweiser buckles and soft faded levis

And each night begins a new day

If you can’t understand him, and he don’t die young

He’ll probably just ride away

 

Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys

Don’t let ’em pick guitars and drive them old trucks

Make ’em be doctors and lawyers and such

Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys

‘Cause they’ll never stay home and they’re always alone

Even with someone they love

 

A Cowboy like smoky old pool rooms and clear mountain mornings

Little warm puppies and children and girls of the night

Them that don’t know him won’t like him and them that do

Sometimes won’t know how to take him

He ain’t wrong, he’s just different but his pride won’t let him

Do things to make you think he’s right

 

Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys

Don’t let ’em pick guitars and drive them old trucks

Make ’em be doctors and lawyers and such

Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys

‘Cause they’ll never stay home and they’re always alone

Even with someone they love



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