"Rose of Cimarron" is a song recorded by American country rock band Poco, being the title cut of their 1976 album release of the same name. Written by Poco founding member Rusty Young, the song featured lead vocals by Paul Cotton and Timothy B. Schmit.
Rose of the Cimarron was the sobriquet given in American frontier lore to Rose Dunn, who, at age 15, was romantically involved with the outlaw George Newcomb and acted as his accomplice. Rusty Young learned… read more
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