Ballads & Songs of Southern Michigan-songbook

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4    "What care I for ring or money ?
I want a man that'll call me honey."
5    "Madam, thou art tall and slender, And I know thy heart is tender."
6    "O you're nothing but a flatterer, And I never loved a Quaker."
7    "O sofdy I throw my arms around thee, And with kisses I will crown thee."
8    "Son of a gun, don't you come any nigher; If you do, I'll kick you in the fire."
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B The Quaker's Courtship
Sung in 1934 by Mrs. Charles Muchler, Kalkaska, who learned the song when she was a child.







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