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So while they're a puttin' the bull in the chutes,
I'm strappin' my spurs to the heels of my boots.
Then I look the bull over, and to my surprise,
He's a foot and a half in between his two eyes.
On top of his shouldeers he's got a big hump,
So I take a deep seat just in back of that bump.
When I light on the Brahma, I let out a scream,
He's out with a beller, ant the rest is a ....
From a poem beneath a photograph by Ralph Russell Doubleday in the Cowboy Hall of Fame, author unknown. See the complete poem by visiting the NATIONAL COWBOY AND WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM, 1700 N.E. 63rd Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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