Last Driftin' Cowboy Song Lyrics

Hank Williams, Jr.

Hank Williams, Jr. 127 Rose Avenue cover art
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1949
Sure was a way back when
But that's when they formed the band who influenced
All of the music since then
The twenty-five year old singer
Was the king of moanin' the blues
His words would make you feel
And with that cryin' steel
Why they just
Over powered you

I was one of the lucky few that
Got to play with him
When I turned twenty-one he told me

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Farm Song
  • 2 Red, White & Pink-Slip Blues
  • 3 High Maintenance Woman
  • 4 Mighty Oak Trees
  • 5 Forged by Fire
  • 6 Last Driftin' Cowboy
  • 7 127 Rose Avenue
  • 8 All the Roads (feat. The Grascals)
  • 9 Sounds Like Justice
  • 10 Long Gone Lonesome Blues
  • 11 Gulf Shore Road
  • credits


    album: Track 6 in album 127 Rose Avenue
    release date: 2009-6-16
    popularity : 36 users have visited this page.
    genres: Folk, World, & Country
    styles: Country
    length: 3:05

    Album Information

    label: Curb Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin