"Cowboy Coffee" as written by Joe Gittleman and Dicky Barrett....
To put up with the output I don't think about it,
Hold on and hold out or I'd be left out without it
Things better get better I gotta get
Thing's should get good but they haven't yet

While these things keep bringing and bringing me grief
I've got that one something that still brings relief
All these things keep bringing and bringing me grief
I've got that one something that still brings relief

Cowboy coffee and chemical cream ride on ride on my stallion of green
Midnight shower sleep in the flowers and dream, hurricane, breakneck speed, rapid fire, dreams
It's not that it's boggin' or cloggin' my head
It's not that I'm swamped buried under near dead

It's just the daily grind to bring the daily bread
I wasn't born rich I'm good looking instead
While these dailys "dille-dallie" and I'm daily employed
I've got that daily something that's daily enjoyed

While these dailys "dille-dallie" and I'm daily employed
I've got that daily something that's daily enjoyed
Cowboy coffee and chemical cream ride, ride, ride on my stallion of green
Just a midnight flower, sleep in the flowers and dream,
Hurricane, breakneck speed, rapid fire, dreams


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"Cowboy Coffee" as written by Joe Gittleman Dicky Barrett

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    General Commentgreatest song to skank to at a show...good crew, good brew, good times!!
    tsunamibomb420on June 21, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI wasn't born rich
    I'm good looking instead

    Classic. One of my favorites by the Bosstones. And that's saying something.
    dcrudeboyon March 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think it's supposed to be "Midnight shower", not "Midnight flower".
    euph777on January 15, 2010   Link

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