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American Ballads and Folk Songs
OP mother Hare, What you doin' dar? Settin* in corner, Smokin' my seegar.
OP mother Hare, What you doin' there? Settin' on a butter plate Pickin* out a hair.
Picked out one, Picked out two, Picked out one And give it to you.
James Howard, blind, and one of the best of mountain fiddlers, furnished the tunej the stanzas u?\t? Uken fr°m: Jeaa Ttomas*8 DevU>* &*&**> Harvey Fuson's Ballads of the KtntucH HtgkUnds, Carl Sandburgs American Songbag, the manuscript of Dr. Josiah Combs, and the memo­ries of people who have £ddled and danced into many a dawn to "Liza Jane."

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