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One Last Shot - Even Cowboys Have Sundays (2017) FLAC. Hard Rock Heavy Metal 24-04-17 187 0 All albums One Last Shot. Quality: FLAC 16 bit/44. cue) Artist: One Last Shot Title: Even Cowboys Have Sundays Nation: France Album Type: Full-length Published: 2017.
Blind is the second studio album by the Sundays. It was released by Parlophone on October 19, 1992 in the UK, then in the US by Geffen the following day, October 20. Often considered the darkest and most experimental of The Sundays' albums, noted for its melancholic lyrics and closer resemblance to the darker dream pop work of artists such as Cocteau Twins. The title of the album is from a lyric in the song "24 Hours".
Cowboys even pray at rodeos. We hear this one read at the start of every ranch rodeo we attend. I’d even miss my worn out boots and dirty, beat-up jeans. The mountain mists at mornin’, and the roarin’ waterfall, the thunder and the lightenin’ of the sudden summer squal. .dear Lord, I know I’d miss ’em. But what I’d miss most of all, are the roundups in the springtime and the cattle drives each fall.
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But even with technology and Hollywood romance, real cowboys still do the same job they have done for years. The cattle still need to walk across huge plains and eat grass many miles from the ranch. And so cowboys ride on horses to bring them home. Cowboys work in the middle of nowhere, in a place where you can’t make a phone call because mobile phones don’t work. Like the cowboys of the past, twenty-first century cowboys still get up early on freezing cold mornings and make breakfast over an open fire. There is no Monday to Friday, weekends off or paid holidays . Last winter, they looked after 2,300 cows. Every day from December until April, they rode across nearly 100,000 acres of land with only the cattle, the horses, and each other for company. Eighteen-year-old Tyrel Tucker says, It was fun.