I Learned about Horses from Him

DESCRIPTION: The singer describes the horses (and others) he has met in his life. Every incident ends with the rueful comment, "I learned about horses from him." There is a "horse," Conscience, he hasn't ridden; he expects hereafter to learn about that horse from Him
AUTHOR: George B. German
EARLIEST DATE: 1932
KEYWORDS: cowboy horse humorous gods
FOUND IN: US
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Ohrlin-HBT 71, "I Learned about Horses from Him" (1 text, 1 tune)
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "I Learned about Horses from Her" (theme)
NOTES: Modeled after Kipling's poem "The Ladies" ("I Learned about Women from Her"). - RBW
Last updated in version 3.3
File: Ohr071

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