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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana 95
No title given. Contributed by Miss Edith Baynes, of Salem, Indiana. Washington County. April 15, 1936.
1. "0 who will shoe my pretty little foot?
0 who will glove my hand? O who will kiss my red ruby lips
When you are in a foreign land?"
2. "Your father will shoe your pretty little foot;
Your mother will glove your hand ; And I will kiss your red ruby lips When I return again."
No title given. Contributed by Miss Florence Eva Dillan, of Indianapolis, Indiana. Marion County. January 15, 1936.
1. "0 who will shoe your little foot?
0 who will glove your lily-white hand? O who will kiss your rosy lips When I am in a foreign land?
2. "Fare thee well, I must leave thee;
Do not let the parting grieve thee. Fare thee well, I must leave thee; Fare thee well."
I will hang my harp on a willow tree,
And bid the world go well with thee."
No title given. Contributed by Mrs. Charles R. Emery, of Bloomington, Indiana, Monroe County. January 11, 1936.
1. "My father will shoe my pretty feet;
My mother will glove my lily-white hand; My baby will kiss my rosy lips
When you are in a foreign land.