"Yodeling Cowboy" as written by Elsie Mcwilliams and Jimmie Rodgers....
My cowboy life is so happy and free
Out west where the laws don't bother me
I take my troubles like a toy
I'm just a yodeling cowboy

At the set of the sun
When my work is done
On my pony I take a ride
Where the coyotes howl
And the varmits prowl
With my forty-four by my side

I go down that lonesome trail
Just galloping long
I love to sing my yodeling
Cowboy song

Where a man is a man
And a friend is a friend
Where all my cares and worries end
I have no troubles, nothing but joy
I'm just a yodeling cowboy

At the set of the sun
When my work is done
On my pony I take a ride
Where thr coyotes howl
And the varmits prowl
With my forty-four by my side

I go down that lonesome trail
Just galloping long
I love to sing this yodeling
Cowboy song


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"Yodeling Cowboy" as written by Jimmie Rodgers Elsie Mcwilliams

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