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Men at Work
IF HE'D BE A BUCKAROO
F. No. 1635. Ace. on guitar and sung by Blaine Stubblefield, Washington, D.C., 1938.
r If he'd be a buckaroo by his -trade Pd have him a hondoo ready-made, And if he throws his turns on right He can stretch my hondoo every night.
Chorus:
With his ring ting tinny, And his ring ting hay, With his ring ting tinny, And his ring ting ho.
2   If he'd be a preacher by his trade, Fd have him a pulpit ready-made, And I'd hold fast to his snubbing post While he goes at me with his Holy Ghost.
3   If he'd be a sheepherder by his trade, I'd have him corrals all ready-made, And when he goes to separate Then he can use my dodging gate.
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