The intruders - cowboys to girls / turn the hands of time


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The Intruders Cowboys to Girls lyrics Cowboys to girls
I remember {I remember}
When I used to play and shoot ?em up (Shoot ?em up) bang-gang {Baby}
I remember {I remember}
When I chased girls and beat ?em up

But I was young and didn?t understand
But now I?m a grownup man
I know girls were made for kissin?
Never knew what I was missin?
Now my life is not the same
My whole world has been rearranged
I went from

Cowboys to girls (Oh, yes I did)
Shoot ?em up, bang-bang
Cowboys to girls

I remember {I remember}
When I used to see you jumpin? rope
(Jumpin? rope, up and down, baby}
And I remember {Ooh, ooh, ooh}
when you got your first favorite coat

But you were young and didn?t understand
Now you?re a woman and I?m a man
And it?s me that you?re kissin?
Ain?t it fun reminiscin?
And my life is not the same
My whole world has been rearranged
You went from

Baby dolls to boys (Oh, yes you did)
Jumpin? rope, baby
Cowboys to girls (Oh, yes you did)

And it?s me that you?re kissin?
Ain?t it fun reminiscin?
And my life is not the same
This whole world has been rearranged
I went from

Cowboys to girls (Oh, yes I did and you went)
Baby dolls to boys (Oh, yes, I did, tell you that I)
Cowboys to girls (Oh)
Baby dolls to boys
(Talkin? ?bout, talkin? ?bout you, girl)
Cowboys to girls

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The prototype for Gamble & Huff 's classic Philly soul groups of the early '70s, the Intruders didn't spend much time in the pop Top 40 -- especially compared to heavy-hitters like the O'Jays or Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes -- but their smooth performances and Gamble & Huff 's strong arrangements usually triumphed over the occasional novelty-ridden nature of their songs. The title track, "Cowboys to Girls," isn't a novelty by any means; it's one of the paragons of soul music, a delicious blend of subtle strings, punchy brass, and crystal harmonies from the group, with Samuel "Little Sonny" Brown 's strong lead keeping it all together. The follow-up (and their only other Top 40 hit), "(Love Is Like A) Baseball Game," was a novelty, but a good one, as were the R&B hits "A Love That's Real" and "(Win, Place or Show) She's a Winner." At 20 tracks, Cowboys to Girls: The Best of the Intruders has room for all the Intruders ' hits, including a few engaging latter-day entries like 1969's "Sad Girl" and 1970's "When We Get Married" (the latter during Bobby Starr's brief tenure at the head of the group).

"Cowboys To Girls" (R&B #1, Pop #6) remains the only chart topping single of their career. It was awarded an . gold disc for one million sales in mid May 1968


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