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1. As I was walking one morning for pleasure,I spied a cowpuncher a-riding alone;His hat was throwed earlier and also his spurs was a-jingling,And as he approached he was singing this song:

Refrain“Whoopie ti-yi-yo, git alengthy little dogies,It’s your mis-for-tune and namong my own:Whoop-ee ti-yi-yo, git a-lengthy lit-tle do-gies,You recognize that Wy-o-ming will certainly be your new home.

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2. It’s early on in spring that we round up the dogies,We mark them and also brand also them and also bob off their tails;We round up our horses, pack up the chuck wagon.And then throw the dogies out onto the trail.

3. It’s whooping and yelling and driving the dogies, andOh, just how I wish you would just go on;It’s whooping and punching, go on, little bit dogies,You recognize that Wyoming will certainly be your new house.


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