Unicorn Hair (a country song about cowlicks)

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Verse 1

Emma Louisa Penelope Brown

Had clumps of hair that wouldn’t stay down.

Her momma would wax it and spray it and stuff,

But whatever she did, it was never enough.

CHORUS

With cowlicks from the left and cowlicks from the right,

She’d get laughed at all day, and she’d cry through the night.

She’d hide with the livestock–what else could she do?

And the cows, they kept lickin’ to say, “I love you!” (moo moo moo)

Verse 2

Emma Louisa Penelope Brown

Rode with her mother one Sunday to town,

And there on the sidewalk all lost and forlorn

Lay a tattered stuffed doll ~ a pink unicorn.

Bridge

Emma, she found a new best friend that day.

She and the unicorn started to play.

By nightfall, she’d thrown all her worries away

And put on a smile like the day she was born

With her hair all up pointy like the pink unicorn!

Chorus

With cowlicks from the left and cowlicks from the right,

She’d get laughed at all day, but she danced through the night.

She’d play with the livestock, and unicorn too,

And the cows, they kept lickin’ to say, “I love you!” (moo moo moo)

Lil’ unicorn hair. (moo moo moo, moo moo moo)

 

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