Pete Brown - If you're raised up on it, I tell you, I don't care where you go to work, you can't get that out'cha blood. No way. I don't care what you do.
Will King - You sure can't!
Pete Brown - Anywhere you go if you see a cow or somebody ridin' them horses, going on down the highway, it take your attention. It take your attention, I don't care how long you been away from it, if you born and raised on it.
Will King - That's true.
Pete Brown - you gonna die with it in you. I don't care what other thing you do. You just can't help it.
Will King - Like Pop said in the olden days, them ole fellas, they loved that cattle work so, when they'd have a bunch of cattle in a trap, like and bring 'em out, you know, they'd be lowin' or they'd either be cut the calves off her. So what be camp, he'd take his bed out and make it side the pen, he loved to hear them cattle low so, so he could listen to them cattle low at night so. See he loved it so well he take his bed out... like to hear them cattle lowin' at night.
Pete Brown - Oh that's true, yeah I tell ya I like to hear a bunch of cows been cut off from their mama, calves. I like to hear that ole cow lowin'. I tell ya, ya just can't get it out'cha. You like to hear that cow when she get away from the calves...you like to hear 'em high ballin'.
Bud Harvey - Specially when you ship the calves.
Pete Brown - Oh boy, that sounds good. You just get a thrill out of it, I tell you. You just can't help it.