“I'm an old cowhand,” said Midge as she skipped over to Booker-T's house. “From the Rio Grande.”
“Who is from the Rio Grande?” asked Booker-T as Midge entered the yard. “I hear you singing about someone.”
“Some cowhand is from the Rio Grande,” said Midge. “Did your owner watch the news last night?”
“No,” said Booker-T. “Was the guy from the Rio Grande on the TV and where is the Rio Grande?”
“I don't know where it is,” said Midge. “They were singing the song on TV last night when they did the show about the new Western Town that they are making.”
“What is a cowhand?” asked Booker-T.
“I don't know,” said Midge. “Maybe Jake knows. Lets go to his house and go see how they are doing with the western town.”
“Do you know any more of the song?” asked Booker-T as they walked along the sidewalk.
“Lets see,” said Midge. “I'm an old cowhand from the Rio Grand. But my legs ain't bowed and my cheeks ain't tan.”