Gene Autry’s
“Ten Commandments of a Cowboy”

1A cowboy never takes unfair advantage — even of an enemy.

2A cowboy never betrays a trust.

3A cowboy always tells the truth.

4A cowboy is kind to small children, to old folks, and to animals.

5A cowboy is free from racial and religious prejudice.

6A cowboy is helpful, and when anyone’s in trouble he lends a hand.

7A cowboy is a good worker.

8A cowboy is clean about his person and in thought, word, and deed.

9A cowboy respects womanhood, his parents, and the laws of his country.

10A cowboy is a patriot.