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American Ballads and Folk Songs
I'll get another one, purtier'n you, I'll get another one, purtier'n you, I'll get another one, purtier'n you, Skip to my Lou, my darling.
Can't get a blue bird, jay bird'll do, etc
Little red wagon, painted blue, etc
Fly in the sugar bowl, shoo fly, shoo, etc
The old gray mare has lost her shoe, etc
Pretty brown eyes are looking at you, etc
One old boot and a run-down shoe, etc
My old shoe is torn in two.
Hair in the butter dish four feet long.
Hair in the biscuit six feet through.
Cows in the corn-field, two by two.
Rats in the bread-tray, how they chew!
You stole my partner, what'll I do?
I'll get another one, quicker'n you.
If I had a pistol, I'd shoot you, too.
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