Cow Camp on the Range

DESCRIPTION: "Oh, the prairie dogs are screaming, And the birst are on the wing, See the heel fly chase the heifer, boys! 'Tis the first class sign of spring." The singer appreciates the food and the end of winter, and says there is no home like the range camp
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1910 (Lomax)
KEYWORDS: cowboy home work cook
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Saffel-CowboyP, pp. 217-218, "Cow Camp on the Range" (1 text)
Roud #8043
NOTES [25 words]: This doesn't look at all traditional to me; it appears to be one of those poems Lomax lifted from somewhere for Cowboy Songs. But I can't prove it. - RBW
File: Saffe217

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