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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.
LIZA JANE*
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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