LONELY COWBOY DREAMS

©1977 – music and words by John R. Black, ℗ 42nd Street Music Seattle

 

Well I dreamed in Montana and up in Idaho 

Dreamed places you’ve seen and some you don’t know 

And I dreamed Missouri’s River and shivered on the Kansas plains 

Dreamed in the Rocky mountains with not two dreams the same 

And now I’m asking you if my dreams will ever be  

Of a cowboy in love but still free? 

Or will I ride alone lonesome on the range 

A cowboy lost forever in the tumbleweed and sage 

I’ve dreamed the hills of Utah and been in Mexico 

Dreamed places you’ve seen and some you don’t know 

And I fell in love in Oregon and out again on the range 

Dreamed under trees and by rivers and nightfires dyin’ flame 

And now I’m asking you if my dreams will ever be  

Of a cowboy in love but still free? 

Or must I dream alone lonesome on the range 

With sorrow in my heart and me to blame? 

Or must I dream alone lonesome on the range 

With sorrow in my heart and me to blame? 

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