Songs Of The Cowboys - online songbook

Traditional Cowboy & Western Songs - lyrics collection

Home Main Menu Singing & Playing Order & Order Info Support Search Voucher Codes

Share page  Visit Us On FB

Previous Contents Next
But at last I got my master, and he surely made me
squeal, When the boys got me a-straddle of that gol-darned
It was at the Eagle Ranch on the Brazos,
When I first found that darned contrivance that
upset me in the dust. A tenderfoot had brought it; he was wheeling all
the way From the sunrise end of freedom out to San Fran­cisco Bay. He tied up at the ranch for to get outside a meal, Never thinkhi' we would monkey with his gol-darned wheel.
Arizona Jim begun it when he said to Jack McGill,
There was fellows forced to limit braggin' on their ridin' skill;
And he'd venture the admission the same fellow that he meant
Was a very handy critter far as ridin' broncos went;
But he would find that he was buckin' 'gainst a dif­ferent kind of deal
If he threw his leather leggins 'gainst a gol-darned wheel.
Such a slam against my talent made me hotter than
a mink, And I swore that I would ride him for amusement or
for chink. And it was nothin' but a plaything for the kids and
such about,

E-Book - An Annotated Compendium of Old Time American Songs by James Alverson III