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cetmst Songbook Indexing: Oak Publications (83* d) Index: Singing Cowboy (Oak) 08 Aug 07


"Singing Cowboy" collected and edited by Margaret Larkin, originally published by Alfred Knopf 1931, reissued in paperback by Oak 1963.

Singing Cowboy: A Book of Western Songs
Collected and edited by Margaret Larkin
Published originally by Alfred Knopf, Inc., 1931
Oak Publications Edition, 1963 - price: $2.95
    Billy Venero
    Black Tail Range, The
    Brown-Eyed Lee
    Buffalo Skinners
    California Joe
    Chisholm Trail, two versions
    Cowboy, The
    Cowboy's Heaven, The
    Cowboy's Lament
    Dreary Black Hills
    Dreary Life, The
    Fair Lady of the Plains
    Fuller and Warren
    Git Along Little Dogies, two versions
    Goodbye, Old Paint
    Great Grand-dad
    Home on the Range
    I Ride an Old Paint
    I'm Bound to Follow the Long Horn Cow
    Jesse James
    Jim the Roper
    Little Joe, the Wrangler
    My Love is a Rider
    Night Herding Song
    On the Lake of the Poncho Plains
    Plantonio
    Poor Lonesome Cowboy
    Rusty Jiggs and Sandy Sam
    Sam Bass
    Ten Thousand Cattle
    Texas Cowboy, The
    Trail to Mexico
    Utah Carroll
    Walking John
    Wandering Cowboy
    Way Out in Idyho
    Windy Bill
    Young Companions
    Zebra Dun


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