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"INDEX of first lines
A cowboy's life is a dreary, dreary life, 61
A Texas cowboy lay down on a barroom floor, 79
All day long on the prairies I ride, 4
An ancient long-horned bovine, 88
As I walked out in the streets of Laredo, 41
As I walked out one morning for pleasure, 70
At midnight, when the cattle are sleeping, 46
Bustin' down the canyon, 6
Come, all of you people, I pray you draw near, 1 Come, all you jolly cowboys that follow the bronco steer,
53 Come, all you melancholy folks, wherever you may be,
121 Come, all you old cow-punchers, a story I will tell, 99 Come, all you old-timers, and listen to my song, 84 Come, all you young waddies, 111 sing you a song, 131 Come along, boys, and listen to my tale, 109 Come, cowboys, and listen to my song, 158 Come on, all you cow-punchers, 91
Daddy come from Brownsville, 94
Dan Taylor is a rollicking cuss, 57
Did you ever hear of the OLC steer, 21
Driftin' along the rim-rock, old Camp-Robber and 1,116
Every time I see an old paint horse, I think of you, 119
For this is the law of the Western range, 92
Good-bye, Old Paint, I'm a-leavin' Cheyenne, 118
He ca-su-ied wid me, most ruinous, 106