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Cowboy  - I Will Be There (Pat's Song) album flac Performer: Cowboy
Title: I Will Be There (Pat's Song)
Released: 1977
Country: US
MP3 album: 1950 mb
FLAC album: 1287 mb
Rating: 4.9
Genre: Folk and Country

Cowboy Boyer & Talton Pat's Song written by Scott Boyer G C/G G When you down and hoping that someone will understand you. C/G G If your lost and no one has a helping hand to lend you. D F C I will be there to comfort all your sorrows and you fears.

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Album This is for you - EP. I’ll be there Lyrics. From early in the morning ´til late in the evening Whatever it is I’ll be there when you need me Now you know where to go When you’re feeling kind of low It’s gonna be alright It´s gonna be alright.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I Will Be There (Pat's Song)
Written By – Scott Boyer
B I Will Be There (Pat's Song)
Written By – Scott Boyer

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CPS-0289 Cowboy I Will Be There (Pat's Song) ‎(7", Single) Capricorn Records CPS-0289 US 1977