Cotton-Eye Joe Lyrics



publisher: ©Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Jan M. Eriksson, Orjan Kjell Anders Oberg, Patrick Edenberg
album: Track 1 in album Sex & Violins
release date: 1995
popularity : 99 users have visited this page.
length: 3:13
writer: Jan Ericsson, Örjan Öberg, Pat Reiniz

Album Information

label: ZYX Music
country(area): Austria
format: CD
script: Latin

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If it had't been for Cotton-Eye Joe
I'd been married long time ago
Where did you come from, where did you go
Where did you come from Cotton-Eye Joe

He came to town like a midwinter storm
He rode through the fields so hansome and strong
His eyes was his tools and his smile was his gun
But all he had come for was having some fun

He brought disaster wherever he went
The hearts of the girls was to hell broken sent
They all ran away so nobody would know
And left only men cause of Cotton-Eye Joe


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 Cotton-Eye Joe
  • 2 Hittin’ the Hay
  • 3 Riding Alone
  • 4 Wish You Were Here
  • 5 Mary Lou
  • 6 Old Pop in an Oak
  • 7 Nowhere in Idaho
  • 8 The Sad but True Story of Ray Mingus, the Lumberjack of Bulk Rock City, and His Never Slacking Strive to Exploit the So Far Undiscovered Areas of Intention to Bodily Intercourse From the Opposite Species of His Kind, During Intake of All the Mental Condition That Could Be Derived From Fermentation.
  • 9 Fat Sally Lee
  • 10 Shooter
  • 11 McKenzie Brothers
  • 12 Rolling Home
  • 13 Wild and Free