I'd Like to Be in Texas When They Roundup in the Spring

DESCRIPTION: "In a lobby of a big hotel in New York town one day," a crow gathers to talk of the places where they have visited. One gray-haired man says, "I'd like to be in Texas when they round up in the spring"; he recalls the life of the cattlemen
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1931 (ArkansasWoodhopper)
KEYWORDS: cowboy work travel
REFERENCES (1 citation):
ArkansasWoodchopper, pp. 3-5, "I'd Like to Be in Texas for the Round Up in the Spring" (1 text, 1 tune)
Roud #11309
Leon Chappelear, I'd Like To Be In Texas For The Round-Up In The Spring (Champion 45068)
NOTES [20 words]: Curiously, although the Arkansas Woodchopper included this in his book, it does not appear that he ever recorded it! - RBW
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