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182              INDEX OF FIRST LINES
He was little en peaked en thin, en narcy a no-accounl
horse, 142 His mammy 's a burro, his daddy's a horse, 104 Hush-a-by, Long Horn, your pards are all sleepin', 65
I buckled on a brace of guns and sallied to Wyoming, 160 I can take the wildest bronco in the tough old woolly
West, 71 I love not Colorado, 161 I to a howler from the prairies of the West I 9 I struck the trail in seventy-nine, 69 I thought one spring, just for fun, 146 I took a trip this summer to the market, 3 I Ve been upon the prairie, n L've cooked you in the strongest gypsum water, 68 I 've swum the Colorado where she runs down close to
hell, 66 In readin' the story of early days, it's a cause of muck
personal pain, 101 In seventy-six, or thereabouts, when the Black HHlfl
made the strike, 115 It was chuck-time on the round-up, and we heard "Old
Doughy" shout, 24 "
Just one year ago to-day, 93
Last night, as I lay on the prairie, 40 List, all you California boys, 18
Little gal, I 'm not a singer; if I were I 'd sing to yon, 98 Little Joe, the wrangler, will never wrangle more, 96 Living long lives in Sonora, nested •mongst mountains high, 63
Mom's breakin' over de ole Ranch before de moon'3
gone 'way, 122 My country, 't is of thee, 103 My foot in the stirrup, my pony won't stand, 119 My love is a rider, wild broncos he breaks, 14 My lover is a cowboy, he's brave and kind and true, 86
Never was no gal like Mollie, 48
Now, O Lord, please lend me thine ear, 52






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