I see a Cowboy walking down the street… He looks like he’s a stranger here, from a place I have never been. He tips his hat at the ladies and they are all smiling back at him. If I bought myself a cowboy hat, they still would never smile at me. Because I’m an English man in England, I cannot stand out from the crowd; But the Cowboy walking down this London street, He ain’t looking like no clown.
He owns his style and he walks so proud; That is something I could never do. In this place, I am always lost, somehow. Maybe if I went to his land, I could find myself in tune.
He’s heading for his hometown; I’m walking out on mine. I see him at the airport, Waving all those smiling ladies goodbye. When we land over in his land, He just becomes the same as all the rest. I walk into the nearest bar and order myself a drink… Oh my God! I love your accent!
I’m a stranger in a strange town And I feel as if I’m right at home. I’m so glad I left those London streets; Maybe I could have stayed, but sometimes you just have to go…
He rode into town on his horse. Spurs digging into A soft dull gray, hooves echoing against the ground. His eyes met with a certain lass. Joyful at heart. His eyes tried her on, alone with limitless possibility. He thought
Hundred years ago, where were you? When your mother was a little girl growing like a pine tree, did anyone conceive a hero-like man was hidden in the folds of the her body resembling a pan swelling up with heated
Scary monster with big specs, A bald head and long legs. Same two shirts at alternate days, A dirty nose and an unwashed face. Not introduced himself with his true name, Teaching in class which is untamed. He speaks English
Today is the day we separate Today involves a change I hope I don’t suffocate From the information I’m about to exchange You were there for us Not as a teacher From the school to the bus A best friend’s
From a peg upon the wall, in this mysterious old bunk house, I am taken. Placed upon the balding head of a wise young cowboy. Making this jolly cowboy look bold. With an eagle’s tail feather inserted into the band