Cowboy Going Home

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Cowboy Going Home

Posted by Bouton Adaliz on Saturday, 4 April, 2020 08:34:04

Although its box office did not live up to Fever's legacy, Urban Cowboy did spawn a soundtrack album of country-and-western hits and helped spur a Western fashion vogue; people from all regions

This Ol' Cowboy's Going Home This song is by Con Hunley and appears on the album Don't It Break Your Heart (1980). Ain't no cowboys in the city A you will never get along

Got No Reason Now For Goin' Home By Gene Watson Words & Music by Jhonny Russell CHORUS: G C C/B Am Got no reason now for go-in' home D7 G All my rea-son's now she is gone C C/B Got no one there to talk to talk to and e-ven though I know Am D7 G I ought to got no rea-son now for go-in' home VERSE 1: G D7 Once I had ev-'ry rea-son a man could want G For go-in' home and mak-in' love, but now I

I'm Going Home Buck Owens Intro; G G G G Am Sometimes when I am lonely D G I get to thinking bout the places that I've been C Am I turn around in the same old direction once again D G I'm going home on a midnight train G Am When I left you was the middle of the winter D G The ground was covered by a cold cold snow C Am My heart was young and I was searching but in vain D G I'm going

Many times in my in child hood when weve traveled so far By nightfall how weary I'd grown Fathers arms would slip around me and gently he'd say My child were going home Going home, I'm going home There is nothing to hold me here I've caught a glimpse of that Heavenly land Praise God, I'm going home Now the twilight is fading, the day soon shall

"Going Home", a 2008 song by Brian Wilson from That Lucky Old Sun "Going Home", a 1995 song by Disciple from What Was I Thinking "Going Home", a 1990 song by Leo Sayer from Cool Touch "Going Home", a 2012 song by Leonard Cohen from Old Ideas "Going Home", a 1983 song by Mark Knopfler from the film soundtrack Local Hero