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Cowboy's Christmas

by Glenn Diamond

This song is the story of a lonely cowboy from long ago, who one night on the prairie saw the star of Bethlehem shining in the sky, on a bright moonlit night.
Genre: Country: Modern Country
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This song is the story of a lonely cowboy from long ago, who one night on the prairie saw the star of Bethlehem shining in the sky, on a bright moonlit night. It filled his soul, and that's why from then on, those of us in the American West, call this day the Cowboy's Christmas. You can see the video at: http://www.youtube.com/glenndiamond

Here are the lyrics:

Cowboy’s Christmas

One day long ago
A lonely cowboy saw a star,
Shining so bright in the night
Over the prairie in moonlight,

He remembered a story
From the days of his youth
When his mother spoke of a child
Born long ago under starlight,

He stepped down from his mount
And sat down on the ground and cried,
He looked in his heart and found it was empty
Until the light filled his soul,
Until the light filled his soul;

One day long ago
A lonely cowboy saw a star,
The light that shined that night on the prairie
Shines each year at this time,

The cowboy and his world have faded
But the light he saw still shines
Every year we see it shine at Christmas
The day the child was born,
The day the child was born;

And that is why we call this day,
The cowboy’s Christmas.

© Copyright 2011 by Victor H Royer. All rights reserved. Property of GSR Holdings Inc., Las Vegas, NV, USA.


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