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Published on Jul 5, 2008
Ella Mae Morse, with Freddie Slack and His Orchestra, singing "Cow Cow Boogie" in this soundie from the 1940's.
Out on the plains down near Santa Fe I met a cowboy ridin the range one day And as he jogged along I heard him singin The most peculiar cowboy song It was a ditty, he learned in the city Comma ti yi yi yea Comma ti yippity yi yea
Now get along, get hip little doggies Get along, better be on your way Get along, get hip little doggies He trucked em on down the old fairway Singin his cow cow boogie in the strangest way Comma ti yi yi yea Comma ti yippity yi yea
Singin his cowboy song He's just too much He's got a knocked out western accent with a Harlem touch He was raised on locoweed He's what you call a swing half breed Singin his cow cow booogie in the strangest way Comma ti yi yi yea Comma ti yippity yi yea