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COWBOY CONVENTION (Peter Barnfather / John Carter) Ohio Express - 1968 I was riding the prairie, when out of the blue I could see There were two dozen indians starting to close up on me There was no place I could run, and I never carry a gun So I cried for help And along came Hopalong Cassidy, Maverick and Billy the Kid I'd have been lost if they hadn't shown up as they did And there was even Doc Holliday, Buffalo Bill, Jesse James And three hundred cavalry, but I can't remember their names I was safe in my cabin and thinking of going to bed When an Indian tomahawk stuck in the wall by my head I looked through the window and saw there were three thousand Indians or more So I cried for help And along came Hopalong Cassidy, Maverick and Billy the Kid I'd have been lost if they hadn't shown up as they did And there was even Doc Holliday, Buffalo Bill, Jesse James And three hundred cavalry, but I can't remember their names One day I was caught and was taken to see Running Bear But we got on so well that he told me that I could stay there And according to Indian law, I could have me a choice of a squaw I needed no help! And along came Hopalong Cassidy, Maverick and Billy the Kid I'd have been fine if they hadn't shown up as they did And there was even Doc Holliday, Buffalo Bill, Jesse James And three hundred cavalry, but I can't remember their names (Contributed by Mel - September 2007)

    


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