And give a wild whoop as you carry me along Call has finally admitted to himself that Newt was his son.

The words of the labor song "The Ballad of Bloody Thursday" – inspired by a deadly clash between strikers and police during the 1934 San Francisco longshoremen's strike – also follow the "Streets of Laredo" pattern and tune. The Irish ballad shares a melody with the British sea-song "Spanish Ladies". The same tune is used for the Irish lament "Bold Robert Emmet" and the sea chanty "Spanish Ladies" .

But her heart was as cold as the snow on the mountains

First down to Rosie's, and then to the card-house, Before I returned, his spirit had departed, Brookshire has been sent to Texas from New York City by his boss, railroad tycoon Colonel Terry, to contract Call's services in apprehending a bandit. It is the second book published in the Lonesome Dove series, but the fourth and final book chronologically.

My curse rest upon her, wherever she roam. A former flunky of Blue Duck, of Lonesome Dove fame, Mox Mox is known for burning his captives alive. the saloon for the brothel (though Burl Ives' 1949 recording retains the more logical, "first down to Rosie's, and then to the card-house..."). The composer Samuel Barber adapted a variation on the "Streets of Laredo" tune as the principal theme in the "Allegretto" movement of Excursions, op. As I walked out in the streets of laredo, As I walked out in laredo one day, I spied a young cowboy wrapped up in white linen, Wrapped up in white linen and cold as the clay.

Take me to the grave yard, lay the sod o'er me

"Streets of Laredo" (Laws B01, Roud 23650),[1] also known as the "Cowboy's Lament", is a famous American cowboy ballad in which a dying cowboy tells his story to another cowboy. One of the Fifes' sources "exaggerating somewhat, says that there were originally seventy stanzas, sixty-nine of which had to be whistled."[11]. Streets Of Laredo : A Novel is by Larry McMurtry. Johnny Cash Sings the Ballads of the True West, I spied a young cowboy all wrapped in white linen, First to the card-house and then down to Rose's, Then beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly, But please not one word of the man who had killed me, When this he had spoken, the hot sun was setting, We beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly, Streets of Laredo by Traditional American Folk, Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (And a Cowboy’s Prayer).

I'm a young cow-boy and know I've done wrong. And so when I asked him, "Why are you dejected? As I walked out on Laredo one day Though he is old and seems almost to have trouble lifting his foot into the stirrups, his reputation speaks for him. Oh she was fair, Oh she was lovely As Call and Brookshire search for Joey Garza, they discover that he is not the only outlaw preying on the railroad.

Roses to deaden the clods as they fall."

Who drove me from friends that I loved and from home

The novel, fourth and final in the Lonesome Dove series, is a Western classic following the adventures of ex-Texas Ranger Captain Woodrow F. Call.

The song "Streets of Whitechapel" sung by J. C. Carroll is an updated version of this ballad. The Streets of Laredo The Mexican bandit is instead shot and mortally wounded by Pea Eye. Joey possesses a fine German rifle with a telescopic sight, which enables him to shoot his victims from a half-mile away.

"Then swing your rope slowly and rattle your spurs lowly,

Between the events of the two books, quite a bit has happened.

English, The Streets of Laredo The frequency of gunfights and fatal shootings has been greatly exaggerated in books and …

I spied a young cowboy wrapped all in white linen

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Sing your dearth march as you bear me along

In 1878, Ed Masterson, Marshal of Dodge City and the brother of famed Bat Masterson, was killed in a gunfight. 'Oh once in the saddle I used to go gay. Sing your dearth march as you bear me along But, I met with a Greaser and my life he has finished

Got shot in the breast and I am dying today, "Oh, beat the drum slowly and play the fife lowly on their 1961 album College Concert: As I walked down in the streets of Laredo.

We took the young cowboy down to the green valley Brookshire himself does not strike a particularly imposing figure, and soon proves not to be cut out for train or horse travel, inexperienced in the ways of the west or violence, and very homesick for his bossy but loving wife, Katie.

But please not one word of the man who had killed me instrumental, Laredo My curse let it rest, rest on the fair one Sing the dead march as you carry me along

written by Karl-Ewert Christenson Joey disappears, stealing his mother's horse, and rides to Langtry, Texas, where he shoots and hangs Judge Roy Bean, the "Law West of the Pecos".

Down in the green valley, lay the sod over him

Character actor Vincent Gardenia received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his work in the film. Harry James recorded a version on his 1966 album Harry James & His Western Friends (Dot DLP 3735 and DLP 25735). The song "Blackwatertown" by The Handsome Family is another updated version of this song, framing the narrator's downfall as the resultant of an affair with a young woman employed in the publishing industry. Put roses to deaden the sods as they fall, "Then swing your rope slowly and rattle your spurs lowly

For I'm a young cowboy and I know I've done wrong, "Go bring me a cup, a cup of cold water

The second family that dominates the plot of Streets of Laredo is the family of Joey Garza. He becomes increasingly attached to Teresa, Maria's blind daughter, demonstrating for the first time an attachment to anyone besides Gus McCrae, and perhaps, secretly his son Newt. Take me to the green valley, lay the sod o'er me An adaptation is a musical work which uses most of the music or lyrics of another musical work.

O send for my Mother

Take me to the green valley and lay the sod o're me, For I'm a young cowboy and I know I done wrong."

One of Maria's husbands sold Joey to the Apache Indians as a slave when he was a small boy; by the time he came back to Maria and her family, he was a bitter, angry, silent boy who was obsessed with killing and stealing (unknown to Maria, Joey killed her third husband, the only one who was kind to her or her children). Captain Call hears of their plight and frees them from jail (near-killing the sheriff in the process in a furious beating) and continues in pursuit of Mox Mox.

The Bodleian Library, Oxford, has copies of a 19th-century broadside entitled "The Unfortunate Lad", which is a version of the British ballad. Streets of Laredo / Cowboy's Lament written by [Traditional] English The Streets of Miami written by Allan Sherman English 1962 Streets of Weehawken written by Homer Haynes, Jethro Burns English March 1964 The Walls of a Prison written by Johnny Cash English 1968

The streets of Laredo grew cold as the clay Garza then drags himself back to his native village and attempts to kill his younger siblings, Teresa and Rafael, for whom he has long reserved his greatest hatred. A shot from a six-shooter took my life away. Pea Eye is increasingly pressured by his wife and children to stop following the captain in pursuit of bandits, but his loyalty and devotion to Call usually prevails. First release When cowboys finally reached town after months on the trail, they were eager to shake off the dust and spend their pay.

But I first took to drinking, then to gambling “Streets of Laredo”, also known as the “Cowboy’s Lament”, is an American cowboy ballad in which a dying cowboy tells his story to a living one. The song presages the American Civil Rights Movement and recounts the refusal of Northwestern University's Psi Upsilon fraternity to accept Sherman Wu because of his Chinese heritage. As early as 1876, Maynard had devised new lyrics to the song that would become “Streets of Laredo.” Over time, Maynard would come to write articles and poetry about his cowboy days. Garrison Keillor's album Songs of the Cat has a feline-themed parody, "As I Walked Out". We beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly An intermediately bowdlerized version of "The Cowboy's Lament": 'Twas once in my saddle I used to be happy There is also a version on RCA's How The West Was Won double album, Bing Crosby And give a wild whoop as you carry me along;

The main character has had almost as many occupations as those present in American life. Before I returned his soul had departed The song deliberately echoes "Streets of Laredo", beginning:[10], As I was out walking the streets of Northwestern, written by Ray Evans, Jay Livingston Take me to … For I'm a young cowboy and I know I've done wrong.".

Home and relations I ne'er shall see more. Streets of Laredo takes its name from a famous cowboy ballad. Mox Mox was thought to have been killed years before, but had just been in hiding at sea, and has now returned at the head of a murderous gang. He is hired by an eastern rail baron to track down Joey Garza, a new kind of killer, only a boy, who kills from a distance with a rifle.

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And give a wild whoop as you carry me along Call has finally admitted to himself that Newt was his son.

The words of the labor song "The Ballad of Bloody Thursday" – inspired by a deadly clash between strikers and police during the 1934 San Francisco longshoremen's strike – also follow the "Streets of Laredo" pattern and tune. The Irish ballad shares a melody with the British sea-song "Spanish Ladies". The same tune is used for the Irish lament "Bold Robert Emmet" and the sea chanty "Spanish Ladies" .

But her heart was as cold as the snow on the mountains

First down to Rosie's, and then to the card-house, Before I returned, his spirit had departed, Brookshire has been sent to Texas from New York City by his boss, railroad tycoon Colonel Terry, to contract Call's services in apprehending a bandit. It is the second book published in the Lonesome Dove series, but the fourth and final book chronologically.

My curse rest upon her, wherever she roam. A former flunky of Blue Duck, of Lonesome Dove fame, Mox Mox is known for burning his captives alive. the saloon for the brothel (though Burl Ives' 1949 recording retains the more logical, "first down to Rosie's, and then to the card-house..."). The composer Samuel Barber adapted a variation on the "Streets of Laredo" tune as the principal theme in the "Allegretto" movement of Excursions, op. As I walked out in the streets of laredo, As I walked out in laredo one day, I spied a young cowboy wrapped up in white linen, Wrapped up in white linen and cold as the clay.

Take me to the grave yard, lay the sod o'er me

"Streets of Laredo" (Laws B01, Roud 23650),[1] also known as the "Cowboy's Lament", is a famous American cowboy ballad in which a dying cowboy tells his story to another cowboy. One of the Fifes' sources "exaggerating somewhat, says that there were originally seventy stanzas, sixty-nine of which had to be whistled."[11]. Streets Of Laredo : A Novel is by Larry McMurtry. Johnny Cash Sings the Ballads of the True West, I spied a young cowboy all wrapped in white linen, First to the card-house and then down to Rose's, Then beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly, But please not one word of the man who had killed me, When this he had spoken, the hot sun was setting, We beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly, Streets of Laredo by Traditional American Folk, Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (And a Cowboy’s Prayer).

I'm a young cow-boy and know I've done wrong. And so when I asked him, "Why are you dejected? As I walked out on Laredo one day Though he is old and seems almost to have trouble lifting his foot into the stirrups, his reputation speaks for him. Oh she was fair, Oh she was lovely As Call and Brookshire search for Joey Garza, they discover that he is not the only outlaw preying on the railroad.

Roses to deaden the clods as they fall."

Who drove me from friends that I loved and from home

The novel, fourth and final in the Lonesome Dove series, is a Western classic following the adventures of ex-Texas Ranger Captain Woodrow F. Call.

The song "Streets of Whitechapel" sung by J. C. Carroll is an updated version of this ballad. The Streets of Laredo The Mexican bandit is instead shot and mortally wounded by Pea Eye. Joey possesses a fine German rifle with a telescopic sight, which enables him to shoot his victims from a half-mile away.

"Then swing your rope slowly and rattle your spurs lowly,

Between the events of the two books, quite a bit has happened.

English, The Streets of Laredo The frequency of gunfights and fatal shootings has been greatly exaggerated in books and …

I spied a young cowboy wrapped all in white linen

23 One Hit Wonders You Still Can't Get Out Of Your Head, HOT SONG: 21 Savage x Metro Boomin - "My Dawg​" - LYRICS, NEW SONG: Rod Wave - POP SMOKE - "MOOD SWINGS" ft. Lil Tjay - LYRICS, NEW SONG: AC/DC - "Shot In The Dark" - LYRICS, NEW SONG: Shawn Mendes - "Wonder" - LYRICS. Beat your drums lightly, play your fifes merrily

Sing your dearth march as you bear me along

In 1878, Ed Masterson, Marshal of Dodge City and the brother of famed Bat Masterson, was killed in a gunfight. 'Oh once in the saddle I used to go gay. Sing your dearth march as you bear me along But, I met with a Greaser and my life he has finished

Got shot in the breast and I am dying today, "Oh, beat the drum slowly and play the fife lowly on their 1961 album College Concert: As I walked down in the streets of Laredo.

We took the young cowboy down to the green valley Brookshire himself does not strike a particularly imposing figure, and soon proves not to be cut out for train or horse travel, inexperienced in the ways of the west or violence, and very homesick for his bossy but loving wife, Katie.

But please not one word of the man who had killed me instrumental, Laredo My curse let it rest, rest on the fair one Sing the dead march as you carry me along

written by Karl-Ewert Christenson Joey disappears, stealing his mother's horse, and rides to Langtry, Texas, where he shoots and hangs Judge Roy Bean, the "Law West of the Pecos".

Down in the green valley, lay the sod over him

Character actor Vincent Gardenia received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his work in the film. Harry James recorded a version on his 1966 album Harry James & His Western Friends (Dot DLP 3735 and DLP 25735). The song "Blackwatertown" by The Handsome Family is another updated version of this song, framing the narrator's downfall as the resultant of an affair with a young woman employed in the publishing industry. Put roses to deaden the sods as they fall, "Then swing your rope slowly and rattle your spurs lowly

For I'm a young cowboy and I know I've done wrong, "Go bring me a cup, a cup of cold water

The second family that dominates the plot of Streets of Laredo is the family of Joey Garza. He becomes increasingly attached to Teresa, Maria's blind daughter, demonstrating for the first time an attachment to anyone besides Gus McCrae, and perhaps, secretly his son Newt. Take me to the green valley, lay the sod o'er me An adaptation is a musical work which uses most of the music or lyrics of another musical work.

O send for my Mother

Take me to the green valley and lay the sod o're me, For I'm a young cowboy and I know I done wrong."

One of Maria's husbands sold Joey to the Apache Indians as a slave when he was a small boy; by the time he came back to Maria and her family, he was a bitter, angry, silent boy who was obsessed with killing and stealing (unknown to Maria, Joey killed her third husband, the only one who was kind to her or her children). Captain Call hears of their plight and frees them from jail (near-killing the sheriff in the process in a furious beating) and continues in pursuit of Mox Mox.

The Bodleian Library, Oxford, has copies of a 19th-century broadside entitled "The Unfortunate Lad", which is a version of the British ballad. Streets of Laredo / Cowboy's Lament written by [Traditional] English The Streets of Miami written by Allan Sherman English 1962 Streets of Weehawken written by Homer Haynes, Jethro Burns English March 1964 The Walls of a Prison written by Johnny Cash English 1968

The streets of Laredo grew cold as the clay Garza then drags himself back to his native village and attempts to kill his younger siblings, Teresa and Rafael, for whom he has long reserved his greatest hatred. A shot from a six-shooter took my life away. Pea Eye is increasingly pressured by his wife and children to stop following the captain in pursuit of bandits, but his loyalty and devotion to Call usually prevails. First release When cowboys finally reached town after months on the trail, they were eager to shake off the dust and spend their pay.

But I first took to drinking, then to gambling “Streets of Laredo”, also known as the “Cowboy’s Lament”, is an American cowboy ballad in which a dying cowboy tells his story to a living one. The song presages the American Civil Rights Movement and recounts the refusal of Northwestern University's Psi Upsilon fraternity to accept Sherman Wu because of his Chinese heritage. As early as 1876, Maynard had devised new lyrics to the song that would become “Streets of Laredo.” Over time, Maynard would come to write articles and poetry about his cowboy days. Garrison Keillor's album Songs of the Cat has a feline-themed parody, "As I Walked Out". We beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly An intermediately bowdlerized version of "The Cowboy's Lament": 'Twas once in my saddle I used to be happy There is also a version on RCA's How The West Was Won double album, Bing Crosby And give a wild whoop as you carry me along;

The main character has had almost as many occupations as those present in American life. Before I returned his soul had departed The song deliberately echoes "Streets of Laredo", beginning:[10], As I was out walking the streets of Northwestern, written by Ray Evans, Jay Livingston Take me to … For I'm a young cowboy and I know I've done wrong.".

Home and relations I ne'er shall see more. Streets of Laredo takes its name from a famous cowboy ballad. Mox Mox was thought to have been killed years before, but had just been in hiding at sea, and has now returned at the head of a murderous gang. He is hired by an eastern rail baron to track down Joey Garza, a new kind of killer, only a boy, who kills from a distance with a rifle.

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And give a wild whoop as you carry me along Call has finally admitted to himself that Newt was his son.

The words of the labor song "The Ballad of Bloody Thursday" – inspired by a deadly clash between strikers and police during the 1934 San Francisco longshoremen's strike – also follow the "Streets of Laredo" pattern and tune. The Irish ballad shares a melody with the British sea-song "Spanish Ladies". The same tune is used for the Irish lament "Bold Robert Emmet" and the sea chanty "Spanish Ladies" .

But her heart was as cold as the snow on the mountains

First down to Rosie's, and then to the card-house, Before I returned, his spirit had departed, Brookshire has been sent to Texas from New York City by his boss, railroad tycoon Colonel Terry, to contract Call's services in apprehending a bandit. It is the second book published in the Lonesome Dove series, but the fourth and final book chronologically.

My curse rest upon her, wherever she roam. A former flunky of Blue Duck, of Lonesome Dove fame, Mox Mox is known for burning his captives alive. the saloon for the brothel (though Burl Ives' 1949 recording retains the more logical, "first down to Rosie's, and then to the card-house..."). The composer Samuel Barber adapted a variation on the "Streets of Laredo" tune as the principal theme in the "Allegretto" movement of Excursions, op. As I walked out in the streets of laredo, As I walked out in laredo one day, I spied a young cowboy wrapped up in white linen, Wrapped up in white linen and cold as the clay.

Take me to the grave yard, lay the sod o'er me

"Streets of Laredo" (Laws B01, Roud 23650),[1] also known as the "Cowboy's Lament", is a famous American cowboy ballad in which a dying cowboy tells his story to another cowboy. One of the Fifes' sources "exaggerating somewhat, says that there were originally seventy stanzas, sixty-nine of which had to be whistled."[11]. Streets Of Laredo : A Novel is by Larry McMurtry. Johnny Cash Sings the Ballads of the True West, I spied a young cowboy all wrapped in white linen, First to the card-house and then down to Rose's, Then beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly, But please not one word of the man who had killed me, When this he had spoken, the hot sun was setting, We beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly, Streets of Laredo by Traditional American Folk, Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (And a Cowboy’s Prayer).

I'm a young cow-boy and know I've done wrong. And so when I asked him, "Why are you dejected? As I walked out on Laredo one day Though he is old and seems almost to have trouble lifting his foot into the stirrups, his reputation speaks for him. Oh she was fair, Oh she was lovely As Call and Brookshire search for Joey Garza, they discover that he is not the only outlaw preying on the railroad.

Roses to deaden the clods as they fall."

Who drove me from friends that I loved and from home

The novel, fourth and final in the Lonesome Dove series, is a Western classic following the adventures of ex-Texas Ranger Captain Woodrow F. Call.

The song "Streets of Whitechapel" sung by J. C. Carroll is an updated version of this ballad. The Streets of Laredo The Mexican bandit is instead shot and mortally wounded by Pea Eye. Joey possesses a fine German rifle with a telescopic sight, which enables him to shoot his victims from a half-mile away.

"Then swing your rope slowly and rattle your spurs lowly,

Between the events of the two books, quite a bit has happened.

English, The Streets of Laredo The frequency of gunfights and fatal shootings has been greatly exaggerated in books and …

I spied a young cowboy wrapped all in white linen

23 One Hit Wonders You Still Can't Get Out Of Your Head, HOT SONG: 21 Savage x Metro Boomin - "My Dawg​" - LYRICS, NEW SONG: Rod Wave - POP SMOKE - "MOOD SWINGS" ft. Lil Tjay - LYRICS, NEW SONG: AC/DC - "Shot In The Dark" - LYRICS, NEW SONG: Shawn Mendes - "Wonder" - LYRICS. Beat your drums lightly, play your fifes merrily

Sing your dearth march as you bear me along

In 1878, Ed Masterson, Marshal of Dodge City and the brother of famed Bat Masterson, was killed in a gunfight. 'Oh once in the saddle I used to go gay. Sing your dearth march as you bear me along But, I met with a Greaser and my life he has finished

Got shot in the breast and I am dying today, "Oh, beat the drum slowly and play the fife lowly on their 1961 album College Concert: As I walked down in the streets of Laredo.

We took the young cowboy down to the green valley Brookshire himself does not strike a particularly imposing figure, and soon proves not to be cut out for train or horse travel, inexperienced in the ways of the west or violence, and very homesick for his bossy but loving wife, Katie.

But please not one word of the man who had killed me instrumental, Laredo My curse let it rest, rest on the fair one Sing the dead march as you carry me along

written by Karl-Ewert Christenson Joey disappears, stealing his mother's horse, and rides to Langtry, Texas, where he shoots and hangs Judge Roy Bean, the "Law West of the Pecos".

Down in the green valley, lay the sod over him

Character actor Vincent Gardenia received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his work in the film. Harry James recorded a version on his 1966 album Harry James & His Western Friends (Dot DLP 3735 and DLP 25735). The song "Blackwatertown" by The Handsome Family is another updated version of this song, framing the narrator's downfall as the resultant of an affair with a young woman employed in the publishing industry. Put roses to deaden the sods as they fall, "Then swing your rope slowly and rattle your spurs lowly

For I'm a young cowboy and I know I've done wrong, "Go bring me a cup, a cup of cold water

The second family that dominates the plot of Streets of Laredo is the family of Joey Garza. He becomes increasingly attached to Teresa, Maria's blind daughter, demonstrating for the first time an attachment to anyone besides Gus McCrae, and perhaps, secretly his son Newt. Take me to the green valley, lay the sod o'er me An adaptation is a musical work which uses most of the music or lyrics of another musical work.

O send for my Mother

Take me to the green valley and lay the sod o're me, For I'm a young cowboy and I know I done wrong."

One of Maria's husbands sold Joey to the Apache Indians as a slave when he was a small boy; by the time he came back to Maria and her family, he was a bitter, angry, silent boy who was obsessed with killing and stealing (unknown to Maria, Joey killed her third husband, the only one who was kind to her or her children). Captain Call hears of their plight and frees them from jail (near-killing the sheriff in the process in a furious beating) and continues in pursuit of Mox Mox.

The Bodleian Library, Oxford, has copies of a 19th-century broadside entitled "The Unfortunate Lad", which is a version of the British ballad. Streets of Laredo / Cowboy's Lament written by [Traditional] English The Streets of Miami written by Allan Sherman English 1962 Streets of Weehawken written by Homer Haynes, Jethro Burns English March 1964 The Walls of a Prison written by Johnny Cash English 1968

The streets of Laredo grew cold as the clay Garza then drags himself back to his native village and attempts to kill his younger siblings, Teresa and Rafael, for whom he has long reserved his greatest hatred. A shot from a six-shooter took my life away. Pea Eye is increasingly pressured by his wife and children to stop following the captain in pursuit of bandits, but his loyalty and devotion to Call usually prevails. First release When cowboys finally reached town after months on the trail, they were eager to shake off the dust and spend their pay.

But I first took to drinking, then to gambling “Streets of Laredo”, also known as the “Cowboy’s Lament”, is an American cowboy ballad in which a dying cowboy tells his story to a living one. The song presages the American Civil Rights Movement and recounts the refusal of Northwestern University's Psi Upsilon fraternity to accept Sherman Wu because of his Chinese heritage. As early as 1876, Maynard had devised new lyrics to the song that would become “Streets of Laredo.” Over time, Maynard would come to write articles and poetry about his cowboy days. Garrison Keillor's album Songs of the Cat has a feline-themed parody, "As I Walked Out". We beat the drum slowly, play the Fife lowly An intermediately bowdlerized version of "The Cowboy's Lament": 'Twas once in my saddle I used to be happy There is also a version on RCA's How The West Was Won double album, Bing Crosby And give a wild whoop as you carry me along;

The main character has had almost as many occupations as those present in American life. Before I returned his soul had departed The song deliberately echoes "Streets of Laredo", beginning:[10], As I was out walking the streets of Northwestern, written by Ray Evans, Jay Livingston Take me to … For I'm a young cowboy and I know I've done wrong.".

Home and relations I ne'er shall see more. Streets of Laredo takes its name from a famous cowboy ballad. Mox Mox was thought to have been killed years before, but had just been in hiding at sea, and has now returned at the head of a murderous gang. He is hired by an eastern rail baron to track down Joey Garza, a new kind of killer, only a boy, who kills from a distance with a rifle.

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