Kiss Me, Cowboy
Written by Tommy Atkins

You honked the horn on your muddy truck
And tipped your hat as I climbed up
Made me blush as you looked in my eyes
And told me I looked good that night
Yeah, you had my heart thumping…

As you held my hand at the county fair
People were staring but you didn’t care
Sitting on top of the ferris wheel
I’ll never forget the way you made me feel
When you told me to look at the world out there
And ran your fingers thru my bleach blonde hair
Pulled off your hat and put it on me
And laid your hand upon my knee
Then I said, high above the noise
This would be a good time to kiss me, cowboy

When your daddy found out all about us
He hit the roof and he cussed you
Left you crying with a black eye
And told you to tell this boy goodbye
So, you called and I came running…

Then I hugged you so hard in the summer rain
I held your face and told you it’s okay
You swore up and down someday he’d see
That nothing would keep you away from me
Then we hid in your truck and the radio played
Our favourite song and a little George Strait
Parked out there in amongst the trees
We ended up in that backseat
Then I said, awkward and bumping heads
This would be a good time to kiss me, cowboy

You were heading off to college in a different state
And I was a wreck when September came
But never dreamt of tying you down
So, on the day that you left town…

You honked the horn on your muddy truck
Boxes and duffels were piled up
Tears were falling from your eyes
As you hopped out the driver’s side
Yeah, you had my heart thumping…

Then I hugged you so hard in the summer rain
I held your face and told you it’s okay
Remember that night on the ferris wheel
‘Cause I’ll never forget the way you made me feel
When you told me to look at the world out there
And ran your fingers through my bleach blonde hair
Pulled off your hat and put it on me
That’s when I knew that you loved me
And I said before you leave me, boy
Before you ride away like the real McCoy
This would be a good time to kiss me cowboy...