“Mosey Down A Country Western Trail” is a positive, acoustic-based, playful Americana song with a mildly old time western comedy feel, making this song suited to the funny, whimsical aftermath themes playfully present at the end of a documentary. As your lazy horse lazily ambles down the trail, you enjoy the calm, contented feeling of a raft floating down a southern river. This humorous, fun, comedic ramble is also great for cartoons and cartoon characters.
With its feel-good yet thoughtful and comedic composition, instrumentation, and arrangement, this “ramble along Americana wagon folk“ music blends a contemplative and humorous arrangement of structures with an old-time, “aw, shucks,” “ain’t that life” approach. Shrugging off the concessive situations and all the situations that frustrate us yet are beyond our control, this music highlights the humor of everyday life and puts one foot in front of the other, chits along, and playfully moves the horses forward in a positive way while making us a little older and wiser.
Family-friendly, fun, happy, funny, and catchy, throw up your hands and say ,”oh, well,” and ramble along with a smile on your face and some pep in your step.
Keep moving ahead, and keep rolling along, and stay positive! Herd them cattle, smile, and keep the horses clip-clopping along while your cartoon character goes to mosey on down the trail!
This humorous, laid back, comedic tune features acoustic steel string guitar, acoustic nylon string guitar, piano, and fun, playful percussion.