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American Ballads and Folk Songs
I don't like a railroad man. No, I don't like a railroad man: 'Cause a railroad man they'll kill you when he can, And drink up your blood like wine,
I wish I was a lizard in the spring. Yes, I wish I was a lizard in the spring: 'F Ise a lizard in the spring, I'd hear my darlin' sing, An' I wish I was a lizard in the spring.
Come, Kimpy, let your hair roll down. Kimpy, let your hair roll downj Let your hair roll down and your bangs curl around, Oh, Kimpy, let your hair roll down.
I wish I was a mole in the ground. Yes, I wish I was a mole in the ground: 'F Ise a mole in the ground, I'd root that mountain down, An' I wish I was a mole in the ground.
SUGAR BABE*






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