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American Ballads and Folk Songs
ment not only on the beauty and generosity of the ma'm'selle herself, but on everything else from the rarity of French customs to the activities of the Y.M.C.A. and the courage of the commanding gen­erals." *
The following version of the famous "Hinky-Dinky" is a com­posite of verses from Sound Off, Sandburg's American Songbag} and Niles and Moore's Songs My Mother Never Taught Me. There is in print a private, not mailable, collection of more than six hundred stanzas concerning the famous mademoiselle.
Oh, landlord, have you a daughter fair, parley-voo? Oh, landlord, have you a daughter fair, parley-voo? Oh, landlord, have you a daughter fair, To wash a soldier's underwear? Hinky-dinky, parley-voo!
hFrom Edward Arthur Dolph, in Sound Of.
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