Song Lyric Sunday-4/17/22 Beach, Surf, Swimming

I almost took a pass on this week’s theme, but I found this catchy, fun, song on YouTube and decided to join in. Let’s just say it rolled around in my head all day. I’d add this to my playlist, so it was worth showcasing on Song Lyric Sunday.
In April 2021, Brian Kelley decided to launch a solo career after a successful run as half of the country music duo Florida Georgia Line. Beach Cowboy is one of four songs he wrote, preformed, and released, to immortalize his affection for his Florida roots.

Brian Edward Kelley (born August 26, 1985) is an American musician, best known as a member of the Nashville-based duo Florida Georgia Line. Kelley is from Ormond Beach, Florida, and enjoyed playing sports and music growing up. He moved to Nashville to go to school and play baseball at Belmont University, where he met Tyler Hubbard, the other member of Florida Georgia Line.
Florida Georgia Line is an American country music duo founded in 2010 by Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, both of whom are vocalists and songwriters. Their 2012 debut single “Cruise” broke two major sales records: it was downloaded over seven million times, making it the first country song ever to receive the Diamond certification, and it became the best-selling digital country song, with 24 weeks at number one, until it was surpassed in July 2017 by Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road”. “Cruise” remains their most popular song to date. 
In February 2022, Hubbard and Kelley announced they will be “taking a break” from recording music together and will be on an indefinite hiatus from touring after several live shows they have booked in 2022.

More on his solo launch:

https://www.soundslikenashville.com/tag/brian-kelley

“Beach Cowboy”

Ride into town on my two wheel steel horns
Rollin’ on in like a storm on the Gulf Coast
Wherever them North winds blow, in them big white caps
That’s where I hang my hat

Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)
Sand cruiser, fat tire, turquoise (Tire, turquoise)
Got a shark tooth on my bolo
Saddle up, paddle up my YOLO
Yippee-yo-ki-yay, it’s your boy BK
Goin’ John Wayne on these waves (Hey)
Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)
Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)

I’m gonna lasso me a spicy margarita
Bartender, make it two for me and one for señorita
We go wild, wild west on that tequila
If you wanna learn from the best, then boy, I’ll teach ya

Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)
Sand cruiser, fat tire, turquoise (Tire, turquoise)
Got a shark tooth on my bolo
Saddle up, paddle up, my YOLO
Yippee-yo-ki-yay, it’s your boy BK
Goin’ John Wayne on these waves (Hey)
Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)

Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)
Sand cruiser, fat tire, turquoise (Tire, turquoise)
Got a shark tooth on my bolo
Saddle up, paddle up, my YOLO
Yippee-yo-ki-yay, it’s your boy BK
Goin’ John Wayne on these waves
Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)
Sand cruiser, fat tire, turquoise (Tire, turquoise)
Got a shark tooth on my bolo
Saddle up, paddle up, my YOLO
Yippee-yo-ki-yay, it’s your boy BK
Goin’ John Wayne on these waves (Hey)
Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)
Yeah, they call me beach cowboy (Beach cowboy)


https://jimadamsauthordotcom.wordpress.com/2022/04/16/just-keep-swimming/

6 thoughts on “Song Lyric Sunday-4/17/22 Beach, Surf, Swimming

  1. newepicauthor 04/17/2022 / 10:56 am

    This is such a lovely song Susan, thanks for sharing it.

  2. ghostmmnc 04/18/2022 / 2:38 pm

    This is a new one for me, and I really like it a lot. 😉

    • Susan St.Pierre 04/18/2022 / 2:40 pm

      😁 It was new to me too. Catchy tune! Glad to have shared it.

  3. Gr8BigFun 04/19/2022 / 7:52 pm

    Nice track, going to add it to the dock playlist along with the Chris Rea track above.

    • Susan St.Pierre 04/19/2022 / 8:22 pm

      😊 I’m glad to have brought it to your attention. Thanks.

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