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American Ballads and Folk Songs
Hello, boys, ain't it a sin,
Watch that gravy run down Sam's chin!
Hello, mama, look at Sam,
He's eat all the hog 'n' a-soppin' out the pan!
Watch 'im, boys, he's about to fall. He's eat till his pants won't button at all.
Hello, boys, what ye think o' that? Sam's eat hog till he's right slick fat.
He eat that grease till it run to his nabel, He'll eat no more hog until he's able*
Lay down, boys, an' take a little nap, Lay down, boys, an' take a little nap, Lay down, boys, an' take a little nap, They're all raisin' Hell in Cumberland Gap.
The first white man in Cumberland Gap, Was Doctor Walker, an English chap.
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