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When the stranger had dismounted once more upon
the ground, We knew he was a thoroughbred and not a gent
from town;
The boss, who was standing round watching of the
show, Walked Tight up to the stranger and told him he
need n't go, " If you can use the lasso like you rode old Zebra
Dun, You are the man I've been looking for ever since
the year one."
Oh, he could twirl the lariat, and he didn't do it
slow; He could catch them fore feet nine out of ten for
any kind of dough. There's one thing and a shore thing I 've learned
since I've been born, That every educated feller ain't a plumb greenhorn.

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