I Aint' Her Cowboy Anymore Lyrics

by George Strait

I pack up my saddle
Throw it in that two-horse trailer
Back up my truck, hook 'em up
And drive away

Won't be the first time
But this time's the last time
She meant it when she said
'That's all I've got to say'

Never had been thrown like this before
I ain't her Cowboy anymore

Never saw it comin'
But I knew where it was goin'
When she asked, 'How long this time?'
Before I hit the road

She didn't come right out and say it
But I sure got the message
When I reached out to hold her
That shoulder sure was cold

Figured I'd just let goodbye run its course
I ain't her Cowboy anymore

These white lines are a blur
Like the last few nights I spent with her
I don't know where I went wrong or if I did

Like the good ol' boy I am
I told her that I understand
But Lord knows that I won't, as long as I live

Seems lately every time it rains it pours
I ain't her Cowboy anymore

We met in Denver
Settled down in Dallas
The best days of my life
Were the ones I spent with her

You'd think that all that lovin'
Ought to count for something
Guess I wore out my welcome
Like the rowels of these old spurs

That Casper sunset's what I'm shootin' for
'Cause I ain't her Cowboy anymore

These white lines are a blur
Like the last few nights I spent with her
I don't know where I went wrong or if I did

Like the good ol' boy I am
I told her that I understand
But Lord knows that I won't, as long as I live

Seems lately every time it rains it pours
I ain't her Cowboy anymore
Her Cowboy anymore
I ain't her Cowboy
Anymore