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American Ballads and Folk Songs
He laid right dow-wo-wown Upon the gro-wo-wound And shut his ey-wy-wyes And looked all aro-wo-wound«
"O pappy da-wa-wad, Go tell my ga-wa-wal, That I'm a-goin' ter di-wi-wie, For I know I sha-wa-wall.
"O pappy da-wa-wad, Go spread the ne-wu-wusj And here come Sa-wa-wall Without her sho-woo-woos."
"O John, O Joh-wa-wahn, Why did you go-wo-wo Way down in the mead-we-we-dow So far to mo-wo-mowr"
"O Sal, O Sa-wa-wal, Why don't you kno-wo-wow When the grass gets ri-wi-wipe^ It must be mo-wo-wowedr"
Come all young gir-wi-wirls And shed a tea-we-wear For this young ma-wa-wan That died right he-we-were.
Come all young me-we-wen And warning ta-wa-wake And don't get bi-wi-wit By a rattle sna-wa-wake.
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