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CHUCK-TIME ON THE ROUND-UP 25
And also used to carry out remarks he'd sometimes
make To any thoughtless rider who, in fear of bein' late, Would ride too near the pot-rack and start a lot of
dust That would settle in his kitchen 'til "Cooke's"
rage would bust.
For "Doughy" is particular — that is all there is to
that; But when it comes to sour-dough bread, we all
take off our hat To him, and swear that no matter where you'd
a mind to look, You'd never find man to equal "Old Doughy"
with the hook.
And when it comes to feedin' men — that is, so
they'll stay fed — And spend their nights in slumber 'stead 0' wres-
tlin' with the bed, Your city chef can learn a lot from our old round-up
cook, Who never learned a thing he knows from recipes
or book, But just practiced on us fellows 'til he learnt all
there is to know About this cookin' business and mixin' sour dough.
Oh! There's many ways of dinin', from what I've
read and heard, From meals that's served in courses to a "bottle
and a bird";