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Hi y'all, this is City Cowboy for your reference 😃 Feel free to leave some comments after reviewing, thxxx. >>> https://soundcloud.com/user-54415704/city-cowboy >>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7wH78qtkW0 ~ Lyrics ~ Verse1: No deputy can get him arrested, it's a city cowboy out of law, don't panic(x3), he got some morality The sheriff got so angry seriously, in the city jungle he rides a horse, don't panic(x3), loading the pistol so deadly Pre-chrous: Revolvers shooting, have the torches ignited, something's wrong, and you'll see Chorus: We city cowboys don't belong in this tiny little town, so sick of chasing, so tired of changing, but still that we'll survive Verse2: No heavy mud can drag me tragically, there's a quirky story I've been told, reminds me(x3), I gotta have some morality Pre-chrous: Revolvers shooting, have the torches ignited, something's wrong, and you'll see Chorus: We city cowboys don't belong in this crazy little town, so sick of chasing, so tired of changing, but still that we'll survive Bridge: We riding all night, escaping from life of the city so tight, we don't want no fight https://www.willykuomusic.com/
Many compositions are inspired by the composer's travel to a new country. Examples that come to mind are Mendelssohn's 'Italian' (No. 4) and 'Scotch' (No. 3) symphonies, and Dvorak's 'New World' Symphony (No. 9). In a more general sense, Mozart was a great traveler. What other examples do you know of compositions inspired by a composer's travel to a new country? Have you yourself had any composition inspired by your travel to another country? How did the travel inspire the composition? Why do you think travelling to a new country inspires - or might inspire - composition? Can you think of any composers (other than Mozart) who have travelled a lot? Conversely, can you think of composers who have travelled very little, or never?