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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana             95
E
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."
F
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."
3.   ".......................................
I will hang my harp on a willow tree,
And bid the world go well with thee."
G
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.








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