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Sons Of The Pioneers

Cool Water (2:46)

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Pull up the vibes that you're playing
Can you play some more, can you play some more?
Lift it up, jock it up, pull it up, come again now
Can you play some more, can you play some more?

Paroles Sons Of The Pioneers – Cool Water


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  • the kid cowboy wanna be in me, late '50's early 60's, LOVED this song. Still stirs my cowboy wanna be soul.
  • Western it is.
  • You just have to have the baritone voice of Bob Nolan along with the original Sons of the Pioneers ... It's not Country ... it's PURE Western ... And, down here in Texas we love our Western music as much as anything. This kind of stuff tells the real story of America ... the American West ... and ... Texas. Come join us in The Lone Star State and enjoy life for a change. We don't bite. Rattlesnakes, yes ... but, the average Texan, no. Have a great day.
  • A classic.
  • Such gold...Keep'em moving Dan...kind sounds like Alright Dan Slingblade style...
  • This gospel-folk song about a man and his mule and a mirage in the desert was originally written by Canadian-born singer-songwriter Bob Nolan in 1936. Nolan was a founding member of the American cowboy singing group The Sons of the Pioneers who recorded this song in 1941 winning a Grammy Award for it.
  • one of the best of the west-cool(water)
  • Oh ya.

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