Lauren Adams

Lauren Adams

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Country - Americana | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 672   
Member Since: 2013
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Song Description

I was given a picture of a little boy on Christmas morning holding a Palomino Pony guitar, in his PJ's and in a cowboy outfit. His name just came to me immediately and I imagined his entire life.

Story Behind the Song

I was given a picture of a little boy on Christmas morning holding a Palomino Pony guitar, in his PJ's and in a cowboy outfit. His name just came to me immediately and I imagined his entire life.

Lyrics

His name is Henry, he comes form Saginaw. Mi
He loves Cowboys, Cowgirls, everything about that world and back again.
He plays a palomino pony guitar with boots, hat and a gun.
He's a killer 6 year old cowboy from Saginaw, Mi.

Well, Henry loved high school and girls and pomade and cigarettes.
He drove his chariot, hotrod short, built in Detroit, MI.
He sang Love Me Tender, Return to Sender and Cry Me a River.
He was a killer teenage cowboy from Saginaw., MI

He had dreams of the cowboy life, trails and tumbleweed, bright stars at night, saloons and trails and cowboys in his eyes.

Henry drank some brewski's, some liquid courage to help him ask March Johnson to be his wife and start a new life with him.
Then it was a ranch house, station wagon, baby buggy, suit and tie life for him.
He was a killer dad and husband from Saginaw, Mi

He forgot about his dreams of the cowboy life, trains and tumbleweed, bright stars at night, saloons and trails and camp fires in his mind.

Now in the backyard, the kids are grown and dear Marcy's gone.
Henry takes his glasses off, closes eyes, thinks about all the great things he's done.
He grabs the palomino party guitar and plucks out a Haggard riff.
Then he's a killer neighborhood star, in Saginaw, Mi.
He lived his whole dang life, in Saginaw, Mi.

Song Length
3:25
Genres
Country - General, Country - Traditional
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Cheerful

Subject Matter
Laugh, Smile, Cowboy


Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

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