Paula Cole Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?

One two three four

Oh you get me ready

In your ’56 Chevy

Why don’t we go sit down in the shade

Take shelter on my front porch

The dandelion sun scorching

Like a glass of cold lemonade

I will do the laundry

If you pay all the bills

Where is my John Wayne

Where is my prairie song

Where is my happy ending

Where have all the cowboys gone

Why don’t you stay the evening

Kick back and watch the T.V.

And I’ll fix a little something to eat

Ohh I know your back hurts

From working on the tractor

How do you take your coffee my sweet

I will raise the children

If you pay all the bills

Where is my John Wayne

Where is my prairie song

Where is my happy ending

Where have all the cowboys gone

I am wearing my new dress tonight

But you don’t, but you don’t even notice me

Say our goodbyes

Say our goodbyes

Say our goodbyes

We finally sell the Chevy

When we had another baby

And you took that job in Tennessee

You made friends at the farm

And you join them at the bar

Almost every single day of the week

I will wash the dishes

While you go have a beer

Where is my John Wayne

Where is my prairie song

Where is my happy ending

Where have all the cowboys gone

Where is my Marlboro Man

Where is his shiny gun

Where is my lonely ranger

Where have all the cowboys gone

Where have all the cowboys gone

Where have all the cowboys gone