My Onery Little Roan

DESCRIPTION: "I've said goodbye to my old bunk, I'll give away my chaps.... I'll go, but no one knows just how I'll miss my little roan." The retiring cowboy recalls breaking the "Scout," He is prepared to head to the city; leaving his horse is his one great regret
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1937 (Powder River Jack Lee songbook)
KEYWORDS: cowboy horse separation
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
ADDITIONAL: Powder River Jack and Kitty Lee's _Songs of the Range: Cowboy Wails of Cattle Trails_, Chart Music, 1937, pp.24-25, "My Onery Little Roan" (1 text, 1 tune)
File: PRJL024

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