Katherine Kay Graven

Rookie (June 16,1963 / Kentucky)

ARE YOU MY COWBOY


Are you my cowboy
Who I have been searching for
Are you my cowboy
Who will come knocking at my door

Some cowboys know how to ride
Some cowboys know how to rope and tie
Some cowboys ride off in in the sunset
And always say good-bye

I’m searching for my cowboy
Who can ride rope and tie
I’m searching for my cowboy
Who will never say good-bye

Are you my cowboy
Who I have been searching for
Are you my cowboy
Who will come knocking at my door

Can you hold me close at night
And make my dreams come true
Will you kiss me with the taste of wine
That will make me fall for you

I’m not that hard to satisfy
But there is one thing for sure
You will be my one and only
The cowboy I adore

Are you my cowboy
Who I have been searching for
Are you my cowboy
Who will come knocking at my door

If you think you are then you will need to

Put on your hat and put on your boots
You need your spurs too
Because if you are my cowboy
You have one hell of a ride ahead of you

So if you think you are my cowboy
Who can make my life complete
Then by all means get on your stallion
And sweep me off my feet

Lady in waiting

Written by
Katherine K. Graven
April third two thousand two

Submitted: Tuesday, September 01, 2009

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