or
John Michael Montgomery

You drive a baby blue Beamer.
I drive a pick up truck.
I'm a member of the good ol' boys,
you're a member of the country club.
You keep turnin' me down when I ask you out,
but I ain't givin' up.

I'm gonna show you, darlin'
a little cowboy love.
Let me broaden your horizons,
teach you 'bout the finer things in life
like some late night horseback ridin',
sippin' some southern homemade wine.
If a little two steppin', star gazin',
breath takin' love makin'
is what you're dreamin' of,
then let me show you, darlin',
a little cowboy love.

You need a little adventure
to ignite your world.
I can picture you in cowboy boots,
I can picture you a country girl.
Once you give me a try
then you'll know why
you can't get enough.

So, let me show you, darlin'
a little cowboy love.
Let me broaden your horizons,
teach you 'bout the finer things in life
like some late night horseback ridin',
sippin' some southern homemade wine.
If a little two steppin', star gazin',
breath takin' love makin'
is what you're dreamin' of,
then let me show you, darlin',
a little cowboy love.

Underneath the midnight moonlight,
cuddled up real tight, cozied down by a fire,
list'nin' to some George Strait,
George Jones country love songs,
you'll change your mind.

Well let me broaden your horizons,
teach you 'bout the finer things in life
like some late night horseback ridin',
sippin' some southern homemade wine.
If a little tow steppin', star gazin',
breath takin' love makin'
is what you're dreamin' of,
then let me show you, darlin',
a little cowboy love.

Let me show you, darlin',
a little cowboy love.


Written by DOUGLAS, WILLIAM ALAN/WOOD, JEFF
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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