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Lyrics

“New York City Cowboy”
©2005 Steve Altonian


Late December morning, rain is pouring
But life don’t stop in the city that never sleeps
He steps off the subway, ain’t going nowhere
Wipes his boots off and heads down Second Street

This ain’t no town to be alone
But sometimes you can’t go home---can’t go home

He’s a “New York City Cowboy” slinging guitar
He believes in God and still sings songs of love
Born and raised in Nashville
But that was oh so many lifetimes ago
He’s a “New York City Cowboy”

He thinks about her, and life without her
The life they had before Jesus took her home
He was her childhood sweetheart, her white knight in armor
He keeps her picture tucked inside his coat

Oh the tears pour down in the rain
Things will never be the same---be the same

He’s a “New York City Cowboy” slinging guitar
He believes in God and still sings songs of love
Born and raised in Nashville
But that was oh so many lifetimes ago
He’s a “New York City Cowboy”

This ain’t no town to be alone
But sometimes you can’t go home ---can’t go home

He’s a “New York City Cowboy” slinging guitar
He believes in God and still sings songs of love
Born and raised in Nashville
But that was oh so many lifetimes ago
He’s a “New York City Cowboy”
He’s a “New York City Cowboy”
He’s a “New York City Cowboy”

(c)2013 Steve Altonian