Get Along Little Dogies Cowboy Songs


 Get Along Little Dogies Cowboy Songs

Cowboy songs are a genre of folk music that originated in the western United States and Canada. They often deal with themes of cowboys, ranch life, and the American Old West. Cowboy songs may be ballads, hymns, or dance tunes, and they are typically characterized by their use of western themes and imagery, as well as their use of guitar, fiddle, and other instruments commonly associated with country and western music. 

Cowboy songs have been an important part of American folk music for centuries and have had a significant influence on the development of country and western music. Some of the most famous cowboy songs include "Home on the Range," "Red River Valley," "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and "The Streets of Laredo."

Get Along Little Dogies Cowboy Songs

As I was out walking one morning for pleasure
I spied a cowpuncher a-riding along
His hat was throwed back and his spurs were a-jingling
And as he approached he was singing this song

Get along little dogies
It’s your misfortune and none of my own
Get along little dogies
You know that Wyoming will be your new home

Early in spring we round up all the dogies
Mark them and brand them and bob off their tails
Round up the horses and load the chuck wagon
And throw all them dogies right out on the trail

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