About The Song

“Cattle Call” is a classic country song originally recorded by Tex Owens in 1934. However, it’s most famously associated with American country music singer Eddy Arnold, who released his version in 1945. The song has been covered by numerous artists over the years. The lyrics of “Cattle Call” depict a cowboy’s longing for home while out on the range, using the metaphor of the call used to gather cattle as a symbol of his yearning. The song’s simple melody and evocative lyrics have made it a beloved classic in the country music genre. Eddy Arnold’s rendition, in particular, helped popularize the song and solidified its place in country music history.



🎵 Let’s sing along with the lyrics! 🎤
The cattle are prowlin’, the coyotes are howlin’Way out where the dogies bawlWhere spurs are a-jinglin’, a cowboy is singin’This lonesome cattle call
He rides in the sun ’til his days work is doneAnd he rounds up the cattle each fallOoh-ooh-ooh-doo-di-diSingin’ his cattle call
For hours, he would ride on the range far and wideWhen the night winds blow up a squallHis heart is a feather in all kinds of weatherHe sings his cattle call
He’s brown as a berry from ridin’ the prairieAnd he sings with an ol’ western drawlOoh-ooh-ooh-doo-di-diSinging his cattle call
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