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American Ballads and Folk Songs
GOOD OL? MOUNTAIN DEW*
Beside a hill there is a still,
Where the smoke runs up to the sky; You can always tell by the whiff and the smell
That the liquor boys are nigh.
Refrain:
That the liquor boys are nigh, That the liquor boys are nigh,
* "Often sung by certain good fellows in Buffalo," says Judge Louis B. Hart, who furnishes both words and tune.
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