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Air.ó" Camptown Races." Freemen all, hear Freedom's cry,
Du da, du da, Let by-gones pass, and feuds gone by,
Du da, du da, da. Forgotten be for ever more,
Du da, du da, Join our chorus and encore,
Du da, du da, da. Chorus.óWe'll work from this to election, We're bound to have good luck, We '11 bet our money on the Woolly Horse, We're bound to beat old Buck. For Freedom's leader, brave Fremont,
Du da, du da, Who ne'er was beat, 'tis not his wont,
Du da, du da, da. Gome Democrats of Jackson's school,
Du da, du da, Aid us break this tyrant rule,
Du da, du da, da. Chorus.óWe'll work from this to election, &c. Come gallant Whigs of forty-four,
Du da, du da, Join our chorus and encore,
Du da, du da, da. The People mean himóhe's the man,
Du da, du da, Beat him, ruffians, if you can,
Du da, du da, da. Chorus.óWe'll work from this to election, &c.
Chivalric South how much they fear,
Du da, du da, The name, Fremont, we hold so dear,
Du da, du da, da. A few are there who boldly speak,
Du da, du da, Of him on Kocky Mountain's peak,
Du da, du da, da. Ihorus.óWe'll work from this to election, &c.
His country's standard, there unfurled,
Du da, du da, The stars so blessed by all the world,
Du da, du da, da.
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