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Jesse Rodgers / Sain Family - I'm A Roamin' Cowboy / Texas Trail mp3 download Performer: Jesse Rodgers
Album: I'm A Roamin' Cowboy / Texas Trail
Style: Country
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I'm A Roamin' Cowboy. Accompanied By – El Patio Trio (tracks: A). Guitar – Wesley Jones (3) (tracks: B). Vocals – Jesse Rodgers (tracks: A). Vocals, Guitar – J. C. Cook (tracks: B). Notes. Side A with additional accompaniment of steel guitar, guitar and tiple.

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Produced by Cisco Adler. Chorus: Listen call me on the telephone Sorry love I'm not at home I'm out on the town, roamin Leave a message after the tone And i'll get back to you in the morning Oh yeah. I'm a breast man, face man, leg man, ass man Gentleman? yes ma'am Ask them they my cliental And they eyes is red cause they high as hell Brain like baboon, body like gazelle Lady gazelle run fast as hell I'm the shit, ma, that's the smell The next big thing, can't you tell The phone ring, can't pick it up Like moving too fast gotta live it up. Gotta live it up, can't trade a trans am for a pickup truck Yo i, work hard all day in the garden And I was starting to show for something Limousine that they show for something Drive me around with the music bumping.

He will be missed by so many. One of the warmest people I know. 97. esse Rodgers added, Alex Kinsella kinsella. It felt like Leo practically worked at Communitech. Always had a bright smile and warm greeting every time we ran into each other.

But in my memory lingers All you once were to me I'm going to give you another chance To prove what you can be. Any old time you want to come back home Drop me a line and say, no more you'll roam You had your chance to play the game fair And when you left me, sweetheart you only left a load of care. Now that you're down I'm going to stick by you If you will only say your roaming days are through. You'll find me here like the day you left me alone Any old time you wanna come back home. You'll find me right here like the day you left me alone Any old time you wanna. yoddling cowboy country. jimmie rodgers i. jimmy rodgers.

Texas Outdoor Family. A cowboy watches over the longhorn during a cattle drive. The great Texas cattle drives started in the 1860’s because we had lots of longhorn and the rest of the country wanted beef. We get beef from cattle. From about 1865 to the mid-1890's, our vaqueros and cowboys herded about 5 million cattle to markets up north while also becoming famous legends that made Texas proud. While Texas had many trails, we need to tell you about two of the most famous: The Chisholm Trail and the Goodnight-Loving Trail.

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Tracklist

A Jesse Rodgers I'm A Roamin' Cowboy
B Sain Family Texas Trail

Credits

  • Accompanied By – El Patio Trio (tracks: A)
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Wesley Jones (tracks: B)
  • Vocals – Jesse Rodgers (tracks: A)
  • Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar [Uncredited] – J. C. Cook (tracks: B)

Notes

Side A with additional accompaniment of steel guitar, guitar and tiple.
Side B: credit role of guitar for J. C. Cook is termed "possible" by Russell .

Side A recorded 27 February 1937 in San Antonio, TX.
Side B recorded 19 February 1937 in Charlotte, NC.

Side A matrix no. 07402-1.
Side B matrix no. 07187-1.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A M-7187A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): A M-7187B