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Leon Chappelear - Little Joe The Wrangler / I'd Like To Be In Texas For The Round Up In The Spring FLAC album


Performer: Leon Chappelear
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Little Joe The Wrangler / I'd Like To Be In Texas For The Round Up In The Spring
Country: US
Style: Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1807 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1505 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1340 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Little Joe the Wrangler is a classic American cowboy song, written by N. Howard "Jack" Thorp. It appeared in Thorp's 1908 Songs of the Cowboys, which was the first published collection of cowboy songs. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time

Born Horace Leon Chappelear, Gilmer, Texas, 1 August 1909, died 23 October 1962, Gladewater, Texas. One of the founders of what became known as 'Western Swing', his first solo recordings came about in 1932. Aliases: Leon Chappel. In Groups: The Lone Star Cowboys. Variations: Viewing All Leon Chappelear. Little Joe The Wrangler, I'd Like To Be In Texas For The Round Up In The Spring. Champion (5). US. Unknown.

Lyrics to Little Joe, the Wrangler by Don Edwards from the Songs of the Trail album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . We found him there at sun up where old Blue Rocket fell In some washout twenty feet below Beneath his horse smashed to a pulphis spur had rung the knell For our little Texas stray bos wrangler Joe Little Joe the wrangler he'll wrangle never more His days with the remuda they're all done It was long about last April he. rode into our camp Just a little Texas stray and all alone. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: 30DaySinger. Sheet Music Playlist. Written by: N. THORPE, TEX RITTER. Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind.

Little Joe, the wrangler, will never wrangle more; His days with the remuda they are done. Twas long late in the evening he rode up to the herd On a little old brown pony he called Chaw; With his brogan shoes and overalls a harder looking kid You never in your life had seen before. His saddle 'twas a southern kack built many years ago, An .

Little Joe, The Wrangler, will wrangle nevermore. His days with the roundup, they are o'er. Just a little Texas stray and nothin' more. Was late in the ev'nin', when he rode into our camp. On a little Texas pony, he called Chaw. With his brogan shoes and overalls, a tougher lookin' kid.

Little Joe the wrangler he'll wrangle never more His days with the remuda they're all done It was long about last April he rode into our camp Just a little Texas stray and all alone It was long late in the evening when he rode into our camp On a little old brown pony he called Shaw In his brogan shoes. and coveralls a harder lookin' kid You never in you life have seen before.

Original lyrics of Little Joe, The Wrangler song by Cisco Houston. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Cisco Houston lyrics. His saddle was a Texas kak, Made many years ago With an OK spur on one foot lightly slung His bedroll in the cotton sack Was loosely tied behind And his canteen o'er his saddle horn was hung. He said if we would give him work He'd do the best he could Though he didn't know straight up about a cow So the boss he cut him out a mount And he kindly put him on 'Cause he sort o' liked this little kid somehow

5) Joe and I met on the plane completely by chance, by surprise. 6) The children spend most of their time out of doors/ out of place. 7) How can Sam love Lucy? They have nothing in common, in general. 8) They should be here soon. They are in the way, on the way. 9) I am sorry but Jane isn’t here at present, at a time. 10) Tony always arrives exactly in time, on time for his lesson. KEY 9 I. 1. to be studing 2. to have won 3. have been working 4. to have been given 5. to have been swimming. 7. to come 8. to have been chosen 9. have prepared 10. be 11. be studing.

Tracklist

A Little Joe The Wrangler
B I'd Like To Be In Texas For The Round Up In The Spring

Credits

  • Vocals, Guitar – Leon Chappelear

Notes

Black label edition.

Both sides recorded 13 September 1932 in Richmond, IN.

Side A matrix 18780.
Side B matrix 18782.

Credits, matrix numbers and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S-16497 Leon Chappelear Little Joe The Wrangler / I'd Like To Be In Texas For The Round Up In The Spring ‎(Shellac, 10") Champion S-16497 US Unknown