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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana
207
JACKIE FRAISURE Sung by Mr. Willis Swallow; noted by Mrs. Johnson
5.   "0 father, dear father,
My body you may confine, But there's none but Jackie Fraisure That'll ever suit my mind, 0 that'll ever suit my mind/'
6.     The old man he stands waiting
To see his child so brave. Saying, "Here's my fortune; take it; My children's all I crave, O my children's all I crave."








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