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86                             POPULAR SONGS
I wind it up now, I tink you say 'tis time, sir, You got no reason, but you got plenty ob rhyme,
sir, I'segwan to go away, but first I leave behind me. What ebery brack man wish, in dis happy land
ob liberty ; Here's success to Rice, to Dixon, and to Lester, May dey neber want a friend, nor a hoe-cake to
bake, sir.
Spoken.—Rice, Dixon, an' Lester, de proud supporters ob be brack drama, may dey neber, want de encouragement de greatness ob de sub­ject demands
CAR'LINA.
An Original Song, now first published.
Down in old Car'lina,
Oh, I lubs Car'lina ! For 'neath her shunny skies
My Molly dear was born : And dar I fus beheld her
Dancing on de lawn, As sprightly and as graceful
As alubly little fawn,
Down in ole Car'lina.
Downe in ole Car'lina !
Oh, I lubs Car'lina ! For dar's de same green wood
W                 air and
At de closing ob de day
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