Fate of the Beef Steer, The

DESCRIPTION: "Hush-a-bye, Long Horn, your pards are all sleepin'; Stop your durn millin' and tossin' your head." Maybe it knows it is going to slaughter. It's a strange path it takes. All will be "made into goods but the holler," although some are used in strange ways
AUTHOR: J. W. Foley (source: Thorp/Logsdon-SongsOfTheCowboys)
EARLIEST DATE: 1921 (Thorp/Logsdon-SongsOfTheCowboys)
KEYWORDS: animal death travel cowboy
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
Thorp/Logsdon-SongsOfTheCowboys, pp. 65-66, "The Fate of the Beef Steer" (1 text)
File: ThLo065

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