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Anonymous
Re: REAL old cowboy song
Fri Nov 30, 2012 17:20
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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 sense, as it rhymes with trail)

  • 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 song — Anonymous, Fri Nov 30 17:20
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