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Carrie Underwood - 'Cowboy Casanova' Lyrics

Carrie Underwood - 'Cowboy Casanova' Lyrics

Cowboy Casanova” is the name of Carrie Underwood’s first single off her upcoming third album Play On, out November 3.

The 26-year-old American Idol champ shot the music video today! Carrie co-wrote this song with Mike Elizondo and Brett James. Release date still unknown.

Click inside to listen to “Cowboy Casanova” and to check out the lyrics…


Carrie Underwood – ‘Cowboy Casanova’


Carrie Underwood – ‘Cowboy Casanova’ Lyrics

You better take it from me, that boy is like a disease
You’re running, you’re trying, you’re trying to hide
And you’re wondering why you can’t get free
He’s like a curse, he’s like a drug
You get addicted to his love
You wanna get out but he’s holding you down
‘Cause you can’t live without one more touch

[Chorus]
He’s a good time cowboy casanova
Leaning up against the record machine
Looks like a cool drink of water
But he’s candy-coated misery
He’s the devil in disguise
A snake with blue eyes
And he only comes out at night
Gives you feelings that you don’t want to fight
You better run for your life

I see that look on your face
You ain’t hearing what I say
So I’ll say it again
‘Cause I know where you been
And I know how it ends
You can’t get away
Don’t even look in his eyes
He’ll tell you nothing but lies
And you wanna believe
But you won’t be deceived
If you listen to me
And take my advice

(Chorus)

Run run away
Don’t let him mess with your mind
He’ll tell you anything you want to hear
He’ll break your heart
It’s just a matter of time
But just remember

(Chorus)

Oh you better run for your life (2)

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103 Responses to “Carrie Underwood - 'Cowboy Casanova' Lyrics”

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  1. 1
    marebear Says:

    Wow Love her!

  2. 2
    marebear Says:

    Wow I love her! she so talented!

  3. 3
    chelsey Says:

    OMG AMAZING SONG!

  4. 4
    jo Says:

    Link to this one it’s the official version with better vocals. It’s more country sounding too. The one posted is not the correct version.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/carrieunderwood

  5. 5
    Belle Says:

    This is the WRONG VERSION. Here’s the correct version from Carrie’s official YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/carrieunderwood?blend=1&ob=4

  6. 6
    Ashley Says:

    Incredible!!!!! :)

  7. 7
    aimee Says:

    I LOVE ITTT! SHES THE BEST :D sooo talented!

  8. 8
    Brittany Says:

    i am absoultely IN LOVE with this song!
    i can not wait for november 3rd!!

  9. 9
    Sunja Says:

    Love it! Can’t wait for her cd to come out.

  10. 10
    pete Says:

    dud

  11. 11
    meemee Says:

    she is SOOOOO overrated! what happened to tammy winnette and loretta lynn types? the really talented (NOT over-rpoduced) country singers? country is a joke now. it’s just pop with a twang. please. garbage and she looks like a miss america pageant girl. plastic and kind of old. ok, can u tell i am not a fan. i am just sick of how she has been shoved down our throats. bring back real country. seriously. this is noise.

  12. 12
    meemee Says:

    bring back dolly parton!!!!!!!!!!! a real country singer with talent!

  13. 13
    Gaby Says:

    Love it!! This is a great first single from her!

  14. 14
    ash Says:

    Loooove this song!!

  15. 15
    jenna Says:

    @meemee: carrie’s awesome. music evolves. everyone will always love and listen to the classics, but music is constantly changing.

  16. 16
    Al Says:

    @meemee:

    Its Tammy Wynette. :P

  17. 17
    Nina Says:

    @jenna: couldn’t have said it better!! music is always evolving.

  18. 18
    meemee Says:

    Jenna: I have not felt music has evolved for decades. Nothing innovative and nothing outstanding. Particularly in genres like country. The Producer is King nowadays and they go to a studio and monitor people’s voices and have cookie-cutter songs and shove down people’s throat with artists that are styled by stylists and pushed on us by publicists. I was just watching a documentary on Woodstock and Janis Jolin came out there, sweaty, long hair , a mess and belted out a song from the gut. No studio mani[ulation. And Tammy Wynnette (thanks for the spelling correction) really sang from the heart. Dolly Parton wrote almost all her songs and really sang about her pain. She was not fabricated. But what can I expect from a girl who won American Idol? Enough said. Carrie is a product not an artist. IMO.

  19. 19
    Kimberly Says:

    To me that doesn’t sound very country unless you want to call it country with a rocky edge…

  20. 20
    jenna Says:

    @meemee: that is your opinion, and i respect it. it is true that the classics are incredible. music was at it’s peak then, no doubt about it. i think that the music business has steered off the track these, looking for a sound to house THIS generation. but that doesn’t mean everyone who puts out music is talentless these days.

    i think carrie has a great voice, and i think you should wait and judge her whole album, instead of a single. the first single from an album is always a little more ‘radio-friendly.’ i like more of her songs that haven’t been singles, personally.

  21. 21
    Nicole Says:

    She is INCREDIBLE!!!!! I LOVE HER!!!!!! And I’m SO happy the song finally came out I’ve been dying to hear it!! I haven’t stopped listening to it ALL DAY!!!!!!

  22. 22
    meemee Says:

    jenna: ok, i’ll give it the benefit of the doubt. ur right, not fair to judge too early. btw, i say the same thing about pop and rock so it’s not just country. music as a whole. great band called “the noisettes” – english band. i like them. they are on youtube. amazing. i like jewel a lot and think she should go country. her voice is pretty. and i love coldplay. so there is good music these days still.
    here is the noisettes link – i was in london this summer and they are all the rage:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJnJeQEKIto

  23. 23
    jenna Says:

    @meemee: they have a great sound. i dig it. i love coldplay as well. saw them in concert, and they were incredible.

  24. 24
    LuckyMe Says:

    @meemee: I was just watching a documentary on Woodstock and Janis Jolin came out there, sweaty, long hair , a mess and belted out a song from the gut. No studio mani[ulation. And Tammy Wynnette (thanks for the spelling correction) really sang from the heart. Dolly Parton wrote almost all her songs and really sang about her pain.

    ***I agree with this ^^^ It would be so fun to see what was out there in it’s natural form. Perhaps there will be a revival of that in the future. I love seeing offbeat and unique in a truly unstyled, unkempt way.

  25. 25
    LuckyMe Says:

    @meemee: Thanks for the link! They’re awesome!! I want that song :)

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