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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana            231
9. "What shall the wedding supper be?"
Uh-huh! "What shall the wedding supper be?" "Two big beans and a blackeyed pea."
Uh-huh!
10.   "Where shall the wedding supper be?"
Uh-huh! "Where shall the wedding supper be?" " 'Way down yonder in a hollow tree."
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11.     First to come in was the little June-bug,
Uh-huh! First to come in was the little June-bug, Had some whiskey in a two-gallon jug.
Uh-huh!
12.     Next to come in was a bumble-bee,
Uh-huh! Next to come in was a bumble-bee, Had a fiddle on his knee,
Uh-huh!
13.     Next to come in was an old gray cat,
Uh-huh! Next to come in was an old gray cat, Had the preacher in her hat.
Uh-huh!
14.     Next to come in was the little red flea,
Uh-huh! Next to come in was the little red flea, Bit Master Frog right on the knee.
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15.     Next to come in was a little iice dog,
Uh-huh! Next to come in was a little fice dog, Ran Uncle Rat in an old hollow log.
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