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Jingle Jangle Jingle [song lyrics]

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Song lyrics to Jingle Jangle Jingle, written by Joseph J. Lilley and Frank Loesser

The song Jingle Jangle Jingle was featured in the film The Forest Rangers. The most commercially successful recording was by Kay Kyser, whose version reached no. 1 in the Billboard charts in July 1942. More recently, it was featured in the video game Fallout: New Vegas. Versions were recorded by many others, including Tex Ritter, Gene Autry, Glenn Miller and The Merry Macs. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time.

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Cowboy From Brooklyn

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Cowboy From Brooklyn (1938) starring Dick Powell, Pat O’Brien, Priscilla Lane, Ann Sheridan, Ronald Reagan

In Cowboy from Brooklyn, singing cowboys are satirized in this story about a city crooner on a dude ranch. Once he’s discovered by a talent agent, he has to pretend to be an authentic cowboy … Despite his terror of all animals! Unless hypnosis can help?

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Home On The Range

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Home On The Range song lyrics

Home on the Range is a classic western folk song sometimes called the “unofficial anthem” of the American West. The lyrics were originally written by Dr. Brewster M. Higley of Smith County, Kansas, in a poem entitled “My Western Home” in 1872. In 1947, it became the state song of the U.S. state of Kansas. In 2010, members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 western songs of all time.

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The Old Chisholm Trail

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Song lyrics to The Old Chisholm Trail, this version written by Moe Bandy & Tex Ritter

The Old Chisholm Trail is a cowboy song first published in 1910 by John Lomax in his book Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads. It dates back to the 1870s, when it was among the most popular songs sung by cowboys during that era. Based on an English lyrical song that dates back to 1640, “The Old Chisholm Trail” was modified by the cowboy idiom. It has been recorded by the world’s most popular Western singers, including Harry McClintock, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, Bing Crosby, Randy Travis, and Michael Martin Murphey. There are arguably thousands of versions of the song.

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