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INDEX OF FIRST LINES               183
O Lord, I aint never lived where churches grow, 47
Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie, 62
Oh, come en ride the Western range along with Blue en
me, 67 Oh, I am a Texas cowboy, 148 Oh, music springs under the galloping hoofs, 129 Oh, slow up, dogies, quit your roving round, 108 Oh, the prairie dogs are barking, 30 Oh, we're up in the morning ere breaking of the day, 132 One pleasant summer day it came a storm of snow, 58
Parson, I 'm a maverick, just runnin' loose an' grazin', 55
Sam Bass was born in Indiana, it was his native home,
Some time ago two weeks or more, 31 Spanish is the lovin* tongue, 10
'T was a calm and peaceful evening in a camp called
Arapahoe, 15 'T was the end of the round-up the last day of June, i6C 'T was this time jest a year ago on this Thanksgivin' Day,
12 Ten thousand Texas Rangers are laughin' fit to kill, 145 That time when Bob got throwed, 164 The bawl of a steer, 44 The bawl of a steer to a cowboy's ear is music of sweetest
strain, 140 The boss he took a trip to France, 60 The Devil we 're told in hell was chained, 77 The outlaw stands with blindfold eyes, 113 The scream of the outlaw split the air, 138 There's a touch of human pathos, 170 There was a brave old Texan, 102 There was a rich old rancher who lived in the country by,
U4 They don't drive the Overland Stage no more, 124 Through progress of the railroads our occupation 's gone,
20 Through rocky arroyos so dark and so deep, 23 Twelve years have I lived in this desolate place, 130

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