I & II
(2:20 & 3:14) 
I want to be a cowboy.
I was born to be a cowboy.
I’m going to be a cowboy.
A cowboy; un-hunh.
Tonight we’re taking my fast car.
We’re gonna go down to the honkytonk bar.
I’m gonna wait ‘till the club gets full,
Then I’m gonna ride that mechanical bull.
Cowboy look is what I’ve sought.
Can’t change now with the clothes I’ve bought.
Rhinestone cowboy was my fate.
I can’t help it if I’m born late.
Check out the cowgirls in their Stetson hats
Cinching up their jeans so they don’t look fat.
We’ll all be listening to cowboy tunes
& stomping around
like a bunch of goons.
Ya’ll know me, I’m like Lane Frost.
We’ll see whose cowgirls look the best.
I can ride that funny bull so damn good,
Sometimes I think Ennio Morricone would.
I know I’m a cowboy deep inside.
My hatband’s made of synthetic rattlesnake hide.
& after a couple shitkicker picture shows
We’ll check out the cowboy scene down at Metro.
Find out once & for all who fights the best:
We stopped one of them punks by the Cuckoo’s Nest.
Those damn punks are crazy, though.
They’re meaner than a bull in a rodeo. Woo.
[CHORUS yet again]
You’d call me an urban clone, of course.
Big deal if I’m afraid to ride a horse.
With a broken nose & blown-out knee.
Well maybe this cowboy scene just ain’t for me.
[CHORUS et al]
[CHORUS again, ad nauseum]
[Urban Struggle I & II written by JP Escalante, Greco-Roman Publishing Co. ASCAP, 1983]
Swan shouts encouraging Thats it! exhortations (&
learns how to play guitar) for this industrialized cover of The Vandals
cowpoke anthem. The inspiring early reviews from a certain Forklift
Rodeo Champeenion himself made all this possible, so keep on truckin,
David Green - Firebirds (Spoken by Nicholas Cage & Tommy
Lee Jones) / Thomas D Causey Sound FX from Star Trek: Insurrection