I've Busted Broncs

DESCRIPTION: "I've busted broncos off an' on since first I struck their trail." He knows them very well. But there is one on Powder River -- only one -- that he can't bust. The animal was worthless, but it bucked so hard he could not ride it
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1937 (Powder River Jack & Kitty Lee Songbook)
KEYWORDS: cowboy horse injury
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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, p. 37, "I've Busted Broncs" (1 text, 1 tune)
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "The Strawberry Roan" [Laws B18] (theme: the un-ridable horse)
cf. "The Zebra Dunn" [Laws B16] (theme: the un-ridable horse)
cf. "Preacher Dunn" (theme: the un-ridable horse)
File: PRJL037

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