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REAL old cowboy song
Sat Oct 11, 2008 12:54
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Back in 1942 or so, I learned a song in glee club but don't remember the title. Some the lyrics are; "My name is Montana, I wear a bandanna, my spurs are of silver, my pony is gray. When far from the ranges, my luck never changes, I gallop and gallop for days, etc........"

    • Re: REAL old cowboy songAnonymous, Sun Dec 7 00:34
      My Home's In Montana My Home's In Montana I wear a bandana My spurs are silver gray When riding the ranges My luck never changes With foot in the stirrup I'll gallop away Yip-ee-tie, yip-ee-tie-yeh!... more
      • Re: REAL old cowboy songAnonymous, Fri Nov 30 17:20
        We sang this song in my gradeschool music class. I seem to remember, My spurs are of silver, my pony is gray and I chop the pine branches to heap on my campfire as daylight grows pale (seems to make... more
    • Song TitleLone Hand, Sat Oct 11 15:49
      The tiltle of the song is "My Home's In Montana" My home's in Montana, I wear a bandana, My spurs are of silver, my pony is gray. While riding the ranges my luck never changes, With foot in my... more
      • "Song of the Trail"A new age Montanan, Mon Apr 23 16:52
        My Home's In Montana I have no bandana My shoes are dull brown, my car is gray. When driving through downtown I often will feel down With foot on the pedal I'll drive away ... With foot on the pedal... more
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