DESCRIPTION: "Come all you pretty fair maidens, these lines to you I write, We're going on the range in which we take delight...." The singer describes hunting buffalo and other animals in the west, then heads off for a drink
AUTHOR: "Whiskey" Parker ?
EARLIEST DATE: 1943
KEYWORDS: hunting drink
FOUND IN: US
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Fife-Cowboy/West 2, "The Buffalo Hunters" (1 text, 1 tune)
NOTES: Reportedly written by "Whisky" Parker in 1872, although the supporting evidence is slight. - RBW
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