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Boot and Saddle
Robert Browning
Boot, saddle, to horse, and away! Rescue my Castle, before the hot day Brightens the blue from its silvery grey, (Chorus) "Boot, saddle, to horse,...Rate it:

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Cavalier Tunes: Boot and Saddle
Robert Browning
Boot, saddle, to horse and away! Rescue my Castle, before the hot day Brightens to blue from its silvery gray, (Chorus) Boot, sadd...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Gum-Boot Ben
Robert William Service
He was an old prospector with a vision bleared and dim. He asked me for a grubstake, and the same I gave to him. He hinted of a hid...Rate it:

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Cavalier Tunes
Robert Browning
despite now, King Charles! III. BOOT AND SADDLE. I. Boot, saddle, to horse, and awRate it:

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Lines On H---'s Foot
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
you seen her foot, In its little gaiter boot? You have noticed, maybe, how The lily spreads from cRate it:

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Pilgrimage In Search Of Do-Well
William Langland
'I shal thee faire showe. Lat brynge a man in a boot, . amydde the brode watre; The wynd and the waRate it:

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The Vision Of Piers Plowman - Part 08
William Langland
shal thee faire shewe. 'Lat brynge a man in a boot amydde a brode watre The wynd and the water andRate it:

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The Boss's Boots
Henry Lawson
squint along the board to catch the Boss’s boots; They have no time to straighten up, they have no Rate it:

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Breitmann In Forty-Eight
Charles Godfrey Leland
shoost in anno '48, Dat all dese dings pefel. Boot he who vouldt go hoontin now To find dat rueRate it:

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Breitmann In Paris
Charles Godfrey Leland
in de air, De fiddlers can't blay noding else Boot Orphee aux Enfers: Vot makes de beoples howl Rate it:

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Fortuna
Thomas Carlyle
worst to the best; -- But a dastard has evil to boot, boot, But a dastard has evil to boot. The wiRate it:

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Yet Dish
Gertrude Stein
plate. XL Lock out sandy. Lock out sandy boot trees. Lock out sandy boot trees knit glass. LocRate it:

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Free Verse
Robert Graves
march, Stiff as starch, Foot to foot, Boot to boot, Blade to blade, Button to button, Cheeks aRate it:

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Is Bliss then, such Abyss
Emily Dickinson
my shoe? I'd rather suit my foot Than save my Boot— For yet to buy another Pair Is possible, At anRate it:

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Loot
Rudyard Kipling
floor Where you 'ear it answer 'ollow to the boot (~Cornet~: Toot! toot!) -- When the ground Rate it:

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Mon Frere Camille
William Henry Drummond
he come off de State las' fall, Wearin' hees boot a la mode box toe An' diamon' pin on hees shirt aRate it:

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Salutation The Third
Ezra Pound
to say that they hate you; The taste of my boot ? Here is the taste of my boot, Caress it, lick offRate it:

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The Box-Tree's Love
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
then he died: His toil, his thrift, all to what boot? He gave his life for Dead Sea fruit: What Rate it:

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The Play
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
But when they deals it out wiv bricks an' boots In Little Lon., they're low, degraded broots. WRate it:

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The Reveille
Andrew Barton Paterson
far and wide Down the Richmond River side. Boot and Saddle, mount and ride, Sound a loud reveillRate it:

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The Sailor Boy to His Lass
William Schwenck Gilbert
p'rhaps run short of tin, MATILDA, And worn a boot on corns that shoot, Or, shaving, cut my chin, MRate it:

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The Truckers
La Fontaine
case, Should he not add, at least, his mule to boot? My mule? rejoined the first, that will not suiRate it:

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The Old, Old Song
Charles Kingsley
swan, lad, And every lass a queen— Then hey for boot and horse lad, And round the world away; YoungRate it:

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Boots
Rudyard Kipling
over Africa -- (Boots--boots--boots--boots--movin' up an' down again!) There's no dRate it:

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Ah, Moon—and Star!
Emily Dickinson
a Bonnet Of the Lark— And a Chamois' Silver Boot— And a stirrup of an Antelope— And be with you—TonRate it:

(3.50 / 2 votes)

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