- New York, NY: Jerome H. Remick, (1910).
- small folio
- self paper wrappers
- 4,  pages
Price: $350.00 other currencies
Order Nr. 134693
Especially fresh and crisp; minor edge wear. Very Scarce; OCLC locates 5 copies (under 3 record numbers).
First lines of verse: "Down on the plains of burning sand - There lived a daring cowboy gay, No braver lad lived in the land - Thank wild and wooly Pat O'Day, But each night when the stars were bright, For a year he used to call, On a maiden sweet and small, But he made no love at all...
Chorus: Come on, you Cow-boy, to old San-ta Fe, Take me a-way, Swing in that Sad-dle, we'll ske-dad-dle. Take me, and make me your Mis-sus O'Day. Sure I'll b your bride, If you'll on-ly ride To Old San-ta Fe.
Following Santa Fe Song is "Santa Fe / Quartette for Male or Mixed Voices" (also copyright MCMX, by Remick).