Collected by Diane Sallee Mr. Ally Sallee
Vian, Oklahome November 1959
Reel 361, Item 8
I am a bandit highwayman, Cole Younger is my name,
My many depredations has brought my friends to shame, A-robbing of the Northfield Bank, which I can't deny,
jail I lie.
A amny a bold way robbery the story to you I'll tell,
A Californy miner on whom we fell,
I robbed him of his money and I bid him go away,
For sich I may be sorry for until my dying day.
Oh, we started for Texas, that good old Lone Star State,
And on Nebrasky prairies the James boys we did meet,
With our guns, knives, and revolvers we all set down to play While drinking a lot of good whiskey,bays, to pass the time
Oh, when we saddled our horses, for Northfield we did go,
To that God-forsaken country called. Minnesotio,
I had my eyes on the Bank when Brother Bob did say,
"Oh, Cole if we undertake that job, you will surely curse
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