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In the Style of from Calamity Jane
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Jeeeeezzzzzz...it has been quite a while since I posted a song here...Joe's bomb scare really works....hahahahahahahhahaha...Joe is my secret love...bombs really really scare me..... love JOE to pieces...muahzzzzzzzz I am using the faster beat...I hope you like it...thank you for dropping by....kissessssssssssss Info about MARTHA JANE CANARY....how she got her monicker: CALAMITY JANE "It was during this campaign [in 1872–1873] that I was christened Calamity Jane. It was on Goose Creek, Wyoming where the town of Sheridan is now located. Capt. Egan was in command of the Post. We were ordered out to quell an uprising of the Indians, and were out for several days, had numerous skirmishes during which six of the soldiers were killed and several severely wounded. When on returning to the Post we were ambushed about a mile and a half from our destination. When fired upon Capt. Egan was shot. I was riding in advance and on hearing the firing turned in my saddle and saw the Captain reeling in his saddle as though about to fall. I turned my horse and galloped back with all haste to his side and got there in time to catch him as he was falling. I lifted him onto my horse in front of me and succeeded in getting him safely to the Fort. Capt[.] Egan on recovering, laughingly said: 'I name you Calamity Jane, the heroine of the plains.' I have borne that name up to the present time."