We Love the Name of Texas
DESCRIPTION: "I am the Texas cowboy." He describes his job, the herds of longhorns, the Spanish ponies, and the danger of lightening-triggered stampede. Paid off in Kansas City, he loafs around, then heads back to Texas and Mary, whom he hopes to marry.
EARLIEST DATE: 1964 (Moore-Southwest)
KEYWORDS: cowboy work money gold love marriage
FOUND IN: US(So)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Moore-Southwest 145, "We Love the Name of Texas" (1 text, 1 tune)
cf. "I'm Bound to Follow the Longhorn Cows" (theme)
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