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American Ballads and Folk Songs
Make me drunk ag'in, I'm a windin' ball. Great Godamighty, babe, Don' deny my name.
If you married woman, you got no business here, But if you are single, babe, Let's buy some bottled beer, (2) Great Godamighty, babe, Let's buy some bottled beer.
Way down de road somewhere, (2) I got a long, tall, teasin' brown, Way down de road somewhere, (2) Great Godamighty, babe, Way down de road somewhere.
I toP you once, you done been tol', Takes a long, tall, brown-skin man To satisfy my soul, (2) Great Godamighty, babe, To satisfy my soul.
She's long an' tall, an' she's thin an' slim, She's got a hump on her back like a camel, babe, She make a panther squall, (2) Great Godamighty, babe, She make a panther squall.
Her hair ain' curly, an' her eyes ain' blue, Ef you don' want me, honey babe, I don' want you, (2) Great Godamighty, babe, -I don' want you.
Ef dat's yo' man, pin him to yo' side, For if he mounts dis train, O babe,
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