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I’d rather be a cowboy (lady’s chains)


by John Denver. Buy album CD: Rocky Mountain Collection


This song appears on twelve albums, and was first released on the Poems, Prayers & Promises Album, then The Very Best of John Denver (Double CD), This Is John Denver, The Country Roads Collection and The Rocky Mountain Collection Albums, and has also been recorded on the Greatest Hits Vol 1, John Denver (Italian) and Rocky Mountain Holiday Albums. Live versions also appear on the An Evening With John Denver, Country Classics, The Wildlife Concert and The Very Best of John Denver Live Albums.

I¯ve been lately thinking
About my life¯s time
All the things I¯ve done
And how it¯s been
And I can¯t help believing
In my own mind
I know I¯m gonna hate to see it end

I¯ve seen a lot of sunshine
Slept out in the rain
Spent a night or two all on my own
I¯ve known my lady¯s pleasures
Had myself some friends
And spent a time or two in my own home

And I have to say it now
It¯s been a good life all in all
It¯s really fine
To have a chance to hang around
And lie there by the fire
And watch the evening tire
While all my friends and my old lady
Sit and pass the pipe around

And talk of poems and prayers and promises
And things that we believe in
How sweet it is to love someone
How right it is to care
How long it¯s been since yesterday
And what about tomorrow
And ehat about our dreams
And all the memories we share

The days they pass so quickly now
Nights are seldom long
And time around me whispers when it¯s cold
The changes somehow frighten me
Still I have to smile
It turns me on to think of growing old
For though my life¯s been good to me
There¯s still so much to do
So many things my mind has never known
I¯d like to raise a family
I¯d like to sail away
And dance across the mountains on the moon

I have to say it now
It¯s been a good life all in all
It¯s really fine
To have the chance to hang around
And lie there by the fire
And watch the evening tire
While all my friends and my old lady
Sit and pass the pipe around

And talk of poems and prayers and promises
And things that we believe in
How sweet it is to love someone
How right it is to care
How long it¯s been since yesterday
What about tomorrow
What about our dreams
And all the memories we share

Words and music by John Denver



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Album: Rocky Mountain Collection (1996) Lyrics
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  1. Friends with you
  2. Windsong
  3. Wild montana skies
  4. Sunshine on my shoulders
  5. Sweet surrender
  6. Starwood in aspen
  7. Shanghai breezes
  8. Seasons of the heart
  9. Thirsty boots
  10. Thank god i’m a country boy
  11. Take me home, country roads
  12. This old guitar
  13. Rocky mountain high
  14. Rhymes and reasons
  15. Poems, prayers and promises
  16. Perhaps love
  17. My sweet lady
  18. Love again
  19. Looking for space
  20. Like a sad song
  21. Leaving on a jet plane
  22. It amazes me
  23. I’m sorry
  24. I’d rather be a cowboy (lady’s chains)
  25. I want to live
  26. How can i leave you again
  27. Goodbye again
  28. Follow me
  29. Flying for me
  30. Fly away
  31. Farewell andromeda (welcome to my morning)
  32. Eagles and horses (i’m flying again)
  33. Come and let me look in your eyes
  34. Calypso
  35. Back home again
  36. Autograph
  37. Aspenglow
  38. Annie’s song

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