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  1. 12 Days Of Christmas (Misc. Christmas)
  2. a satisfied mind (Ian Tyson)
  3. adios amigo (Jim Reeves)
  4. all around cowboy (Marty Robbins)
  5. Amarillo By Mornin (George Strait)
  6. As The Deer (Hillsong)
  7. ballad of paladin (Johnny Western)
  8. bandy the rodeo clown (Moe Bandy)
  9. big iron (Marty Robbins)
  10. blue norther (R.W. Hampton)
  11. Boots Of Spanish Leather (Nanci Griffith)
  12. born to be a cowboy (R.W. Hampton)
  13. bronco twisters prayer (Don Edwards)
  14. call the wind mariah (Misc. Cowboy)
  15. canadian river waltz (R.W. Hampton)
  16. cancion de amor y muerte (R.W. Hampton)
  17. chant of the night songs (Don Edwards)
  18. cimarron (R.W. Hampton)
  19. claude dallas (Ian Tyson)
  20. colorado trail (Don Edwards)
  21. cool water (Hank Williams)
  22. cowboy church (Red Steagall)
  23. cowboy in continental suit (Marty Robbins)
  24. deep water ice and snow (Don Edwards)
  25. Desperado (Eagles)
  26. doney gal (Don Edwards)
  27. down in the valley (Slim Whitman)
  28. dream ridin (R.W. Hampton)
  29. El Paso (Marty Robbins)
  30. el paso city (Marty Robbins)
  31. Fields of Gold (Police)
  32. four strong winds2 (Ian Tyson)
  33. framk james last ride (Michael Martin Murphey)
  34. Frosty The Snow Man (Misc. Christmas)
  35. Ghost Riders In The Sky (Johnny Cash)
  36. god must be a cowboy (Dan Seals)
  37. heroes been cowboys (Willie Nelson)
  38. home on the range (Michael Martin Murphey)
  39. i can still make cheyenne (George Strait)
  40. in love with a rodeo man (Don Williams)
  41. Knocking on Heavens Door (Bob Dylan)
  42. lantern on the wagon (Red Steagall)
  43. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! ((Sammy Cahn, J.Styne (C) 1945))
  44. lights of amarillo (Chris Ledoux)
  45. little joe the wrangler (Marty Robbins)
  46. lonesome dove (Michael Martin Murphey)
  47. Mamas Don't Let Your Babies (Willie Nelson)
  48. man shot liberty valance (R.W. Hampton)
  49. masters call (Don Edwards)
  50. meet me tonight in larado (Marty Robbins)
  51. momma im a cowboy (Red Steagall)
  52. mr shorty (Marty Robbins)
  53. MUCH TOO YOUNG (Garth Brooks)
  54. murder steer (Ian Tyson)
  55. navajo rug2 (Ian Tyson)
  56. night riders lament (Garth Brooks)
  57. oklahoma hills (Hank Thompson)
  58. old double diamond (Ian Tyson)
  59. old red (Marty Robbins)
  60. one empty cot in bunkhouse (Red Steagall)
  61. one i never could ride (R.W. Hampton)
  62. pancho and lefty2 (Willie Nelson)
  63. pararie lullaby (Don Edwards)
  64. peace in the valley (Elvis Presley)
  65. point your wagon tongue (Red Steagall)
  66. ragged ol hobo (Chris Ledoux)
  67. rawhide (Frankie Laine)
  68. red headed stranger (Willie Nelson)
  69. rider on the rim (Red Steagall)
  70. ridin (Don Edwards)
  71. RIDIN DOWN THE CANYON (Gene Autry)
  72. rodeo song (Mark David Manders)
  73. rodeo wind (Jerry Jeff Walker)
  74. say goodbye to montana (Don Edwards)
  75. Seven Spanish Angels (Willie Nelson)
  76. shenandoah (R.W. Hampton)
  77. Silent night (Misc. Christmas)
  78. spanish is the lovin tongue (Michael Martin Murphey)
  79. Springtime In Alberta (Ian Tyson)
  80. strawberry roan (Marty Robbins)
  81. strawberry roan and little (Don Edwards)
  82. streets of laredo (Misc. Cowboy)
  83. summer ranges (Michael Martin Murphey)
  84. tennessee stud2 (Doc Watson)
  85. the blizzard (Jim Reeves)
  86. the hangin tree (Marty Robbins)
  87. The Snows They Melt The Soonest (Misc. Traditional)
  88. the wonder of it all (Ian Tyson)
  89. theyre hangin me tonight (Marty Robbins)
  90. Wagon Wheel (Old Crow Medicine Show)
  91. west of yesterday (Don Edwards)
  92. when you and i were young (Don Edwards)
  93. Whispering Pines (Johnny Horton)
  94. will james (Ian Tyson)
  95. x-mas songs (Misc. Christmas)

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