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American Ballads and Folk Songs
"Dar's a hole in the middle, and it goes straight through,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', Dar's a hole in the middle, and it goes straight through,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', Dar's a hole in the middle, and it goes straight through." Says I, "Dar's a hole in the doughnut, too,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', So soon."
I met a man a-walking on de track,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', I met a man a-walking on de track,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', I met a man a-walking on de track, And he had a banjo, strapped on his back,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', So soon.
He stubbed his toe, and down he fell,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', He stubbed his toe, and down he fell,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', He stubbed his toe, and down he fell, And he smashed the banjo all to hell,
Dis mornin', dis ebenin', So soon;
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