I'm goin' to see my mother when the work's all done this fall. Now, when I left my home, boys my mother for me cried. She begged me not to go, boys, for me she would have died. Mother's heart is aching, breaking for me, that's all. And with God's help, I'll see her when the work's all done this fall. That very night, this cowboy went out to stand his guard. The night was dark and cloudy, and storming very hard. The cattle they got frightened and rushed in wild stampede. The cowboy tried to head them while riding at full speed
When the roundup days are over and the shipping all is done I'm going right straight home, boys, before my money's gone I have changed my way, boys, no more will I fall Yes, I am going home, boys, when the work's all done this fall. That very night the cowboy went out to stand his guard The night was dark and cloudy and storming very hard The cattle they got frightened and rushed in wild stampeed The cowboy tried to turn them while riding at full speed.
Album Saddle Tramp (1966). Label Columbia Record Club. They buried Charlie at daybreak no tombstone at his head Nothin' but a little board and this is what it said Charlie died at daybreak, he died from a fall Poor boy won't see his Mother when the work's all done this fall. Songwriters: TRADITIONAL, J BAIRD, PD TRADITIONAL. More Marty Robbins lyrics.
Now when I left my home, boys, my Mother for me cried She begged me not to go, boys, for me she would have died My Mother's heart is breaking I've broken it that's all But with God's help I'll see her when the work's all done this fall. When The Work's All Done This Fall. Marty Robbins Şarkıları Marty Robbins Albümleri.
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When the Work's All Done This Fall. When the Work's All Done this Fall is a classic American cowboy song, written as a poem by D. J. O'Malley (1867-1943). The work was first published in the Miles City Stock-Growers Journal in 1893, titled After the Roundup, over the pen name . The lyrics and a melody were first collected from tradition and published by John Lomax in 1910 in Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads.
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