cowboy’s work lyrics – brandon rhyder

there’s something about the heart of this man
that pushes him harder than anyone can
he may be tired and saddle worn
but a cowboy’s work is never done

he needs to be free like the wind
he needs to be wild like the man that he is
through the dog days of summer
or a hard winter storm
a cowboy’s work is never done

to bed with the chickens
and up before dawn
he’ll say his prayers beneath a mountain of stars
and there’s cows to feed and wire to be strung
cause a cowboy’s work is never done

he needs to be free like the win
he needs to be wild like the man that he is
through the dog days of summer
or a hard winters storm
a cowboy’s work is never done

tonight when he lies down
he’ll fall fast asleep
you see this cowboy’s the last of a dying breed
adn when he lies down he’ll leave his boots on
cause a cowboy’s work is never done

he needs to be free like the wind
he needs to be wild like the man that he is
through the dog days of summer
or a hard winter storm
a cowboy’s work is never done

through the dog days of summer
or a hard winter storm
a cowboy’s work is never done

no a cowboy’s work is never done

/ brandon rhyder lyrics