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The Dying Cowboy

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  1. Faelabar says:
    The Dying Cowboy Lyrics Total views: 0 times this week / Rating: /10 [12 votes] Album: Miles and Other R.R. Songs / Original Release Date:
  2. Sataur says:
    On his dying bed at the close of day. He had wasted and pined 'til o'er his brow Death's shades were slowly gathering now He thought of home and loved ones nigh, As the cowboys gathered to see him die. "O bury me not on the lone prairie Where coyotes howl and the wind blows free In a narrow grave just six by three— O bury me not on the lone.
  3. Yozshukree says:
    THE DYING COWBOY Traditional. As I rode out by Tom Sherman's bar-room, As I rode out so early one day, 'Twas there I espied a handsome young cowboy, All dressed in white linen, all clothed for the grave. 'I see by your outfit that you are a cowboy,' These words he did say as I boldly stepped by.
  4. Tygozil says:
    The Dying Cowboy: O bury me not on the lone prairie These words came low and mournfully From the pallid lips of a youth who lay On his dying bed at the close of day.
  5. Dairn says:
    Dying Cowboy, The Contributor Names Lomax, John A. (John Avery), (Collector).
  6. Goltibar says:
    78_the-dying-cowboy_bentley-ball_gbiaa Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Ed Nuestro User_metadataentered Bai Konte Johnson User_transferred Bai Konte Johnson.
  7. Gule says:
    The Dying Cowboy By H. Demons | Cowboy Poetry | 0 comment | 28 February, | 4 “Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie”; Those words came slow and mournfully From the pallid lips of a youth that lay On his dying couch at the close of day.
  8. Brabei says:
    "Streets of Laredo" (Laws B01, Roud ), also known as the "Cowboy's Lament", is a famous American cowboy ballad in which a dying cowboy tells his story to another cowboy. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top Western songs of all time.. Derived from the traditional folk song "The Unfortunate Rake", the song has become a folk music standard, and as such.

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