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I wish to acknowledge the use of songs from the following authors: James Barton Adams, Charles Badger Clark, Larry Chittenden, Alice Corbin, Austin Corcoran, J. W. Foley, Henry Herbert Knibbs, Phil Le Noir.
"A Cowboy's Prayer"; "A Border Affair," and "High-Chin Bob" are published by permission of Richard G. Badger from Sun and Saddle Leather, by Badger Clark; "Sky-High"; "Old Hank"; "The Little Cow-girl"; "Pecos Tom"; '"Light, Stranger, 'Light"; "Women Outlaws"; "Old Paint," and "What's Become of the Punchers?" by N. Howard Thorp, were published in Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, in August, 1920; and Phil LeNoir's "01' Dynamite" and "Down on the 01' Bar-G " in the same number of the magazine. The cowboy version of "High-Chin Bob," by Charles Badger Clark, was published in Poetry in August, 1917. Henry Herbert Knibbs's "Punchin' Dough" appeared in the Popular Magazine.
Phil LeNoir is the author of Rhymes of the Wild and Woolly (Phil LeNoir, Las Vegas, N.M.); Charles Badger Clark, of Sun and Saddle Leather and Grass Grown Trails (Richard G. Badger, Boston); Henry Herbert Knibbs, of Songs of the Outlands, Riders of the Stars and Songs of the Trail (Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston).

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