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MICHAEL O'LEARY O'BRIEN O'TOOLE From the film "Song Of Arizona" (1946) The Sons Of The Pioneers (Film Soundtrack) - 1946 Oh, once I was ridin' the Circle-Bar-X I met with a cowboy who called himself Tex He was over six feet and as straight as a rule And I later found out that his name was O'Toole Michael O'Leary O'Brien O'Toole Was the toughest of cowboys, the fightin'est fool He wore leather britches and rode a white mule Michael O'Leary O'Brien O'Toole No guns did he carry when trouble arose His fist he would bury in anyone's nose He could turn around twice and lay 'em out too They all looked alike to Cowboy O'Toole Michael O'Leary O'Brien O'Toole Was the toughest of cowboys, the fightin'est fool He wore leather britches and rode a white mule Michael O'Leary O'Brien O'Toole (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2009)

    


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