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Along The Santa Fe Trail   Misc. Cowboy





Say, Pard, have you sighted a schooner,


 


Way out on the Santafe Trail,


 


They made it here monday or sooner,


 


With a water keg tied to the tail.


 


There was Daddy and Maw on theÊÊmule seat,


 


And somewhere along by the way


 


Was a towheaded gal on a pinto,


 


Alongside the Santafe Trail.


 


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2. I seen her ride down the arroya,


 


ÊWay out on the Arkansas,


 


With a smile like an acre of sunflowers,


 


And a little brown quirt in her hand.


 


Ê


 


And she rode like she carried the mail,


 


And her eyes, they'd set fire to the prairie,


 


Alongside the Santafe Trail.


 


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3.Ê I know a gal down by the border,



 


That I ride to El Paso to sight.


 


I'm aquainted with a heart-flyin oder,


 


And I sometimes kiss some gals, Good night.


 


But, Lord, they're all ruffles and beadin',


 


ÊAnd afternoon tea by the pail,


 


Compared to the sort of stampedin',


 


That I got on the Santafe Trail.





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