Label: Immortal - IMA 104269 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Sumner's Tales: Sting talks It's an outlaw song about the existential cowboy becoming repentant of his days in the saddle, and dealing with the concept of growing older, death or religion or - I don't know what he's really concerned about, but he's decided he needs to pray and he hasn't got the words with which to pray.
All he has is this cowboy song. There's a bit of me in there. As I get older I feel the need to commune with whatever's beyond the grave, but I haven't been trained to do that.
Or I'm not really happy with the equipment that was Ouargla - Nédjma - Mansourah to me. We made a very funny video in Almeira in Spain where they made all the spaghetti westerns. It's totally intact as it was. We had great time, dressed up as cowboys with gun battles and saloon brawls. It was like being nine years old.
We were so happy. Released as a single in Februarythe track reached the 15 position. A number of remixes are available including one with Pato Banton. The song has been played live but, sadly, Take Me To The Sunshine - Sting - Live In Japan 1994 never been a regular in the set list.
Sting performed there in Track List And Lyrics.
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