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American Ballads and Folk Songs
Goin' back home with a pocketful o' money, Somebody there to call me honey.
If I stop and stumble in the water, Some old man's goin' to lose his daughter.
Who's been here since I been gone? Pretty little girl with a josey on.
Up dat oak and down dat ribber, Two overseers and one litde nigger.
Den we'll go to de Indian Nation,
A pretty little wife and a big plantation.
LOUISIANA GIRLS






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