Flying Cow

Flying Cow

A Chapter by Dave Brown




The man in the moon

Saw a cow fly by

Doing the milkcow blues boogie

And flying looked so cool

He thought he’d give it a try


The little dog laughed

When he stumbled and fell

Down into heartbreak hotel

Now he is a lonely man

Cuz he’s so far off track

He wonders if he will

Ever get back


When the dish and the spoon

In their Chantilly lace

Heard on the grapevine

Then saw him there

Crying in the gloom

They asked

Are you lonesome tonight

So to chase away his moody blues

Gave him a pair of

Blue suede shoes

And asked that they’d be

Returned to sender


An old hound dog

With a suspicious mind

And Spanish eyes

Named Danny Boy

Had him follow that dream

It was now or never

Through stormy weather

Through the Kentucky rain.

And the wayward wind

To take that bridge over troubled waters

Taking a night rider

On a mystery train

With its big wheels rollin

Down the rock island line

Which did shake rattle and roll

From the loc-o-motion   

Back to the blue moon

And he’s never coming back

It had been too much

He was all shook up





© 2020 Dave Brown

My Review

Would you like to review this Chapter?
Login | Register

Request Read Request
Add to Library My Library
Subscribe Subscribe


Added on September 1, 2020
Last Updated on September 1, 2020

Some Stuff


Dave Brown
Dave Brown

gabriola island, BC - British Columbia, Canada

I'd like to thank those who have been kind enough to review my efforts. more..

911 911

A Poem by Dave Brown

The Sea Raven The Sea Raven

A Chapter by Dave Brown