DESCRIPTION: Lawyer Walter Perigoo visits Whalen's Inn and puts his horse in the stable. Local boys (led by Whalen's son?) cut off the horse's tail and paint it red, white, and blue. Perigoo eventually finds the disguised animal and threatens retribution
AUTHOR: George or John Calhoun?
EARLIEST DATE: 1971
KEYWORDS: horse trick lawyer humorous disguise
FOUND IN: Canada(Mar)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Doerflinger, pp. 266-268, "Perigoo's Horse" (1 text)
NOTES: This song is item dH48 in Laws's Appendix II. - RBW
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