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From: "Andrew D. Lowry"
Even without any lyrics, the cadence of this song enough to
deserve attention. But song does have words and they savor
the West. Yee-haw!
"I ride an old Paint"
1.I ride on old Paint, I lead an old Dan. I'm
2. Old bill Jones had two daughters and a song;
3.Oh, when I die, take my saddle from the wall, Put it
off the Mantan' for to throw the hoolihan. They
One went to Denver,& the other went wrong. His
on my pony and lead him from the stall. Tie my
feed in the coulees,they water in the draw; Their
wife, she died in a poolroom fight, And he
bones to his back,turn our faces to the west, And we'll
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tails are all matted, their backs are all raw.(Chorus)
sings this song from morning till night:(Chorus)
ride the prairies we love the best.(Chorus)
Ride a- round, little dogies, ride a- round slow, For the
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fiery and snuffy are a- rarin' to go.
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