Milk Cow Blues
Eddie Cochran Lyrics


Well I woke up this morning, looked out the door
I could tell that was my milkcow, by the way that she lowed
So if you see my milkcow, please send her home
Well I ain't had no milk and butter
Ooh, since my cow's been gone

Tried everything baby, to get along with you
Now I'm gonna tell you what I'm gonna do
Gonna stop my cryin' , leave you alone
If you don't think I'm leavin'
You just count the days I'm gone
'Cause you' re gonna need me
Need your lovin' daddy one of these days
Yeah, and you gonna be oh-so-sorry you treated me this way

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Written by: KOKOMO ARNOLD

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Ari Mitrani

Guitar solo is amazing!

samuel johnson

Ari Mitrani 😯
I was really surprised to hear him sing real blues, boy got down!😯

HarryWebb46

Only 21 years old but a total Rock 'n' Roll master!

Mike Deasy

Recorded August 25, 1959 at Goldstar Studios, Hollywood, CA.

Eddie Cochran - vocal, guitar, guitar overdubs
Mike Deasy - rhythm guitar
Jim Stivers - piano
Dave Shriver - bass
Gene Riggio - drums

paul hamid-holmes

Who was on sax in this recording ? Was it plas Johnson?

Vintage brew

Are you THE Mike Deasy?
Wow!!!!!!!

Sean Magee

Remember Eddie from my college days. Like Buddy, Eddie was a sad loss- Great guitarist

Matty Griffioen

Most informative comment I read today!

fennec freedom

very very nice .EDDIE COCHRAN FANTASTIC VOICE AND A GREAT GUITAR MAN . MAGNIFIQUE

TallicLizzy

Greatness

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