My Heart's Tonight in Texas [Laws B23]
DESCRIPTION: A rancher's daughter and her lover must part; the girl's father is sending her to England in hopes that she will marry a nobleman. Eventually an earl proposes to her, but she will marry none but her Texas Jack
KEYWORDS: separation love
FOUND IN: US(So)
REFERENCES (3 citations):
Laws B23, "My Heart's Tonight in Texas (By the Silvery Rio Grande; Texas Jack)"
Cohen-AFS2, p. 525, "My Heart's Tonight in Texas" (1 text)
DT 841, HRTEXAS*
By the Silvery Rio Grande
NOTES: A piece called "Down by the Silvery Rio Grande" was published in 1913 as by Dave Weisberg, R. F. Roden, and Charles Speidel. I have not seen it. - RBW
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