Daniel Boone (TV Series 1964–1970) Poster

(1964–1970)

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  • (First Verse) Daniel Boone was a man; yes, a big man.

    With an eye like an eagle and as tall as a mountain was he!



    (Second Verse) Daniel Boone was a man; yes, a big man.

    He was smart, he was fearless and as tough as a mighty oak tree!



    (First Bridge) From the coonskin cap on the head of ol' Dan to the heels of his rawhide shoes,

    The ripping-est, roaring-est, fighting-est man the Frontier ever knew!



    (Third Verse) Daniel Boone was a man; yes, a big man.

    And he fought for America to make all Americans free.

    What a goer, what a doer, what a dream-come-true-er was he!



    (Fourth Verse) Daniel Boone was a man; yes, a big man.

    With a hoot and a holler, he could bowl down a forest of trees!



    (Second Bridge) With a knife and a gun he never did fail; there was nothing he could not tame.

    He blazed a big, wide liberty-trail through history's hall of fame!



    (Fifth Verse) Daniel Boone was a man; yes, a big man.

    With dreams of a country that would always, forever be free.

    What a goer, what a doer, what a dream-come-true-er was he!

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