Howdy partner. Bill Dougal wrote the songs wrote these songs with his cowboy hat on, so they have that yah-hoo feelin’ to ‘em. You can’t see the “ranch dressing” on this colorful cowboy, but his rustic voice brings the performances to life. Humor wise, this way-out western feller combines original wit with old country corn.
“I can’t stand sittin’ on that corral fence. Cause of how bad it’s getting, I wear a pillow in my pants.”
Bill Dougal always wanted to be a cowboy. He grew up on a state park. His father was the ranger. He built a little western town out back and toured the campers through. Now he is a cowboy. A fake one, sure. But that''s even more fun than being a real one. Let me hear you say, "Yahoo!"
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