Dulcie Taylor

Dulcie Taylor

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Templeton, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,397   
Member Since: 2003
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23

Song Description

Bullriding song told in the first person by the bull - sung from the bull to the cowboy getting on his back.

Lyrics

YOU'RE GOING DOWN

I'm two thousand pounds of muscle and bone
You get on my back, I'll airmail you home
This ride's only gonna last a second or two
I'm the king of the bulls, I'm just warning you

You're going down, that's all she wrote
And it don't matter how tight you tie that rope
You're gonna be seeing stars when you're staring at the ground
You might be tough, son, but you're going down

The money's on my back, ain't no money in the dirt
You'll wind up empty handed, I know that's gonna hurt
Understand me, cowboy, it ain't personal
I just take my job real serious that's all

You're going down, that's all she wrote
And it don't matter how tight you tie that rope
You're gonna be seeing stars when you're staring at the ground
You might be tough, son, but you're going down

I'm a gentleman and I won't stomp you
When you lose your seat
I'll take my victory lap, and let the people see
Who they came to see....me

You're going down, that's all she wrote
And it don't matter how tight you tie that rope
You're gonna be seeing stars when you're staring at the ground
You might be tough, son, but you're going down

You might be tough, son, but you're going down
I'm two thousand pounds, of bucking muscle and bone

Song Length
2:53
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Sociable, Jovial

Subject Matter
Cows, Cowboy


Language
English

Lyric Credits Dulcie Taylor/Jack Bond
Music Credits Jack Bond
Producer Credits Dulcie Taylor/Jack Bond
Performance Credits Michael Lusk, lead vocal;Jack Bond all other instruments