Cowboy Songs And Other Frontier Ballads

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Fuller and Warren
Acknowledge now that you have wronged me, for
although I break the laws, Young Warren, I'll deprive you of your life."
Then Warren, he replied: "Your request must be
denied, For your darling to my heart she is bound; And further I can say that this is our wedding day, In spite of all the heroes in town." Then Fuller in the passion of his love and anger
bound,— Alas! it caused many to cry,— At one fatal shot killed Warren on the spot,' And smilingly said, " I'm ready now to die."
The time was drawing nigh when Fuller had to die;
He bid the audience adieu.
Like an angel he did stand, for he was a handsome
man, On his breast he had a ribbon of blue. Ten thousand spectators did smite him on the breast, And the guards dropped a tear from the eye, Saying, " Cursed be she who caused this misery, Would to God in his stead she had to die."
The gentle god of Love looked with anger from
above , And the rope flew asunder like the sand. Two doctors for the pay they murdered him, they