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"A Hundred Mustangs on the Open Range" is a reverse counting song and the only such song known by Mr. Granger, who led his daughter, the other PALs, and his vaqueros Rusty, Pablo, and Javier in a sing-along of the song on his mustang drive to Rancho Conejo. After they were done, the group was exhausted, and Abigail was unsuccessful in her attempt to interest the group in singing the comparatively monotonous "Sweet Little Bird in the Dogwood Tree".[1]

Lyrics

A hundred mustangs on the open range
One starts acting awful strange
With a buck and a neigh he takes off a new way
Ninety-nine mustangs on the open range

Ninety-nine mustangs on the open range
One starts acting awful strange
With a buck and a neigh he takes off a new way
Ninety-eight mustangs on the open range

...

One mustang on the open range
He starts acting awful strange
With a buck and a neigh he takes off a new way
Ain't no mustangs on the open range.

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