"Cowboy Song" as written by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Steven Alexander James and David Rowntree....
Gonna sail a bird like a private jet
You're the one, you're the one
In my head, oughta get us clear
You'll find a song before too long
I've got a healthy feeling,
A sleepy feeling, a sleepy feeling
Today is gone, the day is gone, today is gone
Go to a store, to the golf floor
A cowboy's song, a cowboy's song
You're the one, you're the one
A cowboy's song, you're the one
I've got a healthy feeling,
A sleepy feeling, a sleepy feeling
It's all gone, today is gone, it's all gone
I've got a sleepy feeling,
A new slept feeling, a sleepy feel
It's all gone, today is gone, today is gone


Lyrics submitted by enola

"Cowboy Song" as written by David Rowntree Steven Alexander James

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    General CommentDamon Albarn's falsetto is simply unbeatable. As in Country Sad Ballad Man, Damon uses his voice at different pitches for call-&-response.

    It's unusual that the phrase 'cowboy song' is in the lyrics; that sort of title doesn't usually appear in the song (examples of Blur's: Good Song, Sweet Song, Song 2). I'll contradict my self, however, & note that it does in TQTB&TQ's History Song. maybe this has some significance.

    Does any one know when this song was recorded?
    anopeon June 07, 2009   Link

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