no cover -  
  • Lyrics
  • Information
  • Top Tracks
  • Related Tracks
  • Related Artist

Pantera - Cowboys from Hell

Under the lights where we stand tall
Nobody touches us at all
Showdown, shootout, spread fear within, without

We're gonna take what's ours to have
Spread the word throughout the land
They say the bad guys wear black
We're tagged and can't turn back

You see us comin'
And you all together
Run for cover

We're takin over this town

Here we come reach for your gun
And you better listen well my friend, you see
It's been slow down below
Aimed at you we're the cowboys from hell

Deed is done, again we won
Ain't talking no tall tales friend cause
High noon, your doom
Comin' for you we're the cowboys from hell

Pillage the village, trash the scene
But better not take it out on me
'Cause a ghost town is found
Where your city used to be

So out of the darkness and into the light
Sparks fly everywhere in sight
From my double barrel, 12 gauge,
Can't lock me in your cage

You see us comin'
And you all together
Run for cover

We're takin over this town

Here we come reach for your gun
And you better listen well my friend, you see
It's been slow down below,
Aimed at you we're the cowboys from hell

Deed is done, again we won
Ain't talking no tall tales friend, cause
High noon, your doom
Comin' for you we're the cowboys from hell

(Solo)

Here we come reach for your gun
And you better listen well my friend, you see
It's been slow down below,
Aimed at you we're the cowboys from hell

Deed is done, again we won
Ain't talking no tall tales friend, cause
High noon, your doom
Comin' for you we're the cowboys from hell

Owwww, step aside for the Cowboys From Hell!

"Cowboys from Hell" is a song by the heavy metal group Pantera from the album of the same name. Pantera used the phrase "Cowboys from Hell" (or its abbreviation, CFH) liberally in its image and merchandise. The song showcases Dimebag Darrell's style of guitar playing. The lyrics of the song concern (in a somewhat tongue-in-cheek way) the fact that the band were from Texas, a place not usually known at the time for producing successful metal bands, and that they were breaking out of their home state to the world at large.

Advertisement
Bands you might like

Slayer


Comments
avatar