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Ranch and Range
When Dutchy plays the mouth harp—does
a cake walk something fine— Tis then us old cowpunchers come a-siftin'
down the line A-swingin' an' a-shuf-fel'in' an' pattin' o' the
hand, When Dutchy plays the mouth harp in a way to beat the band: Oh, my girl she wears a number nine, A number nine, a number nine, Wella, wella, wella, it's a sign, She might as well be wearin' mine.
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