• Cougar Town - the mandolin rocks the blues

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    Thanks to the Cloud 10 All Stars for backing me up on this one - my newest original tune. I hope you enjoy it, and please share it, comment, etc. I LIVE for those hits! I also hope I'm proving that a mandolin can rock the blues.

    Here are the lyrics:
    (Take Me Down to) Cougar Town
    Tim Prosser, 2009, 2011

    (instrumental and spoken intro)
    See that older lady standing over there
    conservative dress and tied back hair
    you could ask her if she'd like a drink or a dance
    you never know unless you take a chance
    she might treat you like you're some kind of bum
    D (stop)
    Or she might turn you loose and give you some, so

    D A
    Take me down .. to cougar town
    D A
    Where the babes know what they want and they can really party down
    D A
    Take me down .. to cougar town E
    When the cougars want some fun, they're not out to tie you down
    (soft) D A
    Don't put that older babe on the shelf (alt - Don't put that older babe on the side)
    (crescendo) D A
    She might turn out to be the queen of the MILFs (alt - She might be the sweetest cutie pie or She might be the best thing you ever tried)
    D A
    All too often there's a raging hottie
    E A
    hiding inside of that middle aged body

    Once upon a time she was a real wild baby
    Behind closed doors she might still get a little crazy
    Back in college she used to party down
    But now she really knows her way around
    you don't need none of those little blue pills
    When she gets hold of you she'll give you fever and chills

    Don't write off a woman cause she's over 30
    She's better than ever at gettin' down and dirty
    Life don't end when a woman turns 40
    There's no age limit on feelin' sporty
    The young babe's don't really have a clue
    But the older ones know what to do for you

    (chorus and instrumental out-tro)

    The Cloud 10 All Stars are:
    Terry Gordinier - vocals, guitar, slide guitar
    Julius Osteen - vocals, guitar
    John Marion - drums, backup vocals
    Ben Piner - bass
    Tim Prosser - vocals, guitar, mandolin Show less
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