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Staff Reporter 16 Feb While it was written inthe version released this week was recorded last year. Society puts its own standards on it, but that song makes it OK.
Sublette stated that the song is based on his experiences growing up in Portales, N. He explains, "Gay life in was very vibrant in those days. It was part of the culture of the city and cowboy imagery is a part of gay iconography.
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Willie Nelson sings that all cowboys are secretly homosexual. By David J. Stewart November Updated July
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Country icon Willie Nelson has released his own song version of an epic gay cowboy romance in the line of Brokeback Mountain. Cowboys are Frequently, Secretly Fond of Each Other was released on Valentine's Day through iTunes stores and seems to be being released to coincide with the heightened interest in the subject created by the film Brokeback Mountain. Nelson said: "The song's been in the closet for 20 years.
It turns out the makers of Brokeback Mountain are not the only ones who think Cowboys are frequently secretly fond of each other - country music icon Willie Nelson has recorded a song with that title. With lyrics like "What did you think all them saddles and boots was about? The song was written more than 20 years ago by songwriter Ned Sublette but was largely unknown until Nelson, who contributed a song to the Brokeback Mountain soundtrack, decided to release it this week for download on iTunes. Nelson, whose hits include Always on My Mind and My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys, sings in the new song: "A small town don't like it when a cowboy has feelings for men, and I believe to my soul that inside every man there's the feminine.
Updated: August 3, am. Times Media Group, the fast-growing publisher of more than 15 Arizona publications and websites, has acquired Southland Publishing, the Southern California-based publisher of several newsweeklies, magazines and digital media properties with a combined monthly circulation of more than one mil…. Willie Nelson performs during a show in Nashville, Tenn.