Who Sang Are There Any More Real Cowboys? Willie Nelson with Neil Young

Neil Young Half Nelson cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1985
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country
length: 3:07
performer: Neil Young
composer: Neil Young
lyricist: Neil Young
N: Are there any more real cowboys

N: Left out in these hills

N: Will the fire hit the iron one more time

N: And will one more dusty pick-up

N: Come rolling down the road

N: With a load of feed before the sun gets high

N: Well, I hope that working cowboy never dies

W: Not the one that's snortin' cocaine

W: When the honky-tonk's all closed

W: But the one that prays for more rain, heaven knows

W: That the good feed brings the money

W: And the money buys the clothes

W: Not the diamond sequins shining on TV

W: But the kind the working cowboy really needs

Both: Are there any more country families

Both: Still working hand in hand

Both: Trying hard to stay together and make a stand

Both: While the rows and rows of houses

Both: Come creepin' up on the land

Both: Where the cattle graze and an old gray barn still stands

Both: Are there any more real cowboys in this land

Both: Are there any more real cowboys in this land

CD 1
  • 1 Pancho and Lefty
  • 2 Slow Movin’ Outlaw
  • 3 Are There Any More Real Cowboys
  • 4 I Told a Lie to My Heart
  • 5 Texas on a Saturday Night
  • 6 Seven Spanish Angels
  • 7 To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before
  • 8 They All Went to Mexico
  • 9 Honky Tonk Women
  • 10 Half a Man