Coca Cola Cowboy    (1976)

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
It's too late now, and I know you'll never change
She said....

(Chorus)
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

Lyrics by S. James Pinkard, Irving Dain, Steve Dorff, and Sam Lee Atchley.
Recorded by Mel Tillis.


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