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Cowboy

Cowboy, you've been all alone
For so long.
You're out on the range
On your own.
You're living in the saddle
And sleeping in the cold,
Who's going to keep you company
When you're old?


You once were, woah,
A fun-lovin' kid,
A smile and a joke
Were all you'd ever known.
Now you spend your time
On the trail all alone
Who's going to pay attention
When you're old?

Chorus
You ride the hills
For weeks at a time,
With your horse
For company.
But, you're always moving
And traveling on,
Come back, come back home.

Insstrumental break

Cowboy, don't fret on the
Things you've done wrong.
We all make mistakes
When we're young.
Come back to the country
And the ones you
Know and love.
You just can't live your life away
On the run.


Chorus
You ride the hills
For weeks at a time,
With your horse
For company.
But, you're always moving
And traveling on,
Won't you come back,
Please come back
Home.
Come back home.







Lyric Credits: Reedy and Bailey
Music Credits: Reedy and Bailey
Producer Credits: Reedy and Bailey
Publisher Credits: Reedy and Bailey
Performance Credits: Brandon Bailey



Short Song Description:
A young man in Texas in the 1860's in riding herd on some cattle and keeping to himself because he made some mistakes in his life and sees this as a way of atonement.
Long Song Description:
The instrumentation of the song was designed to capture the feeling of the vast Texas landscape and the aching loneliness of the cowboy who devotes himself to tending the herd rather than engaging with other people.



Song Length: 3:42
Primary Genre: Country-Contemporary
Secondary Genre: Country-Cowboy
Tempo / Feel: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Existence
Subject Matter 2: Loneliness
Mood 1: Poignant
Mood 2: Composed
Similar Artist 1: Eagles, The
Similar Artist 2: Flordia Georgia Line
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later