American Old Time Song Lyrics: 28 Marfas Weddin Day,

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Copyright, 1890, by Hitchcock and McCargo Publishing Company.
Written and Composed by Charles D. Crandall.

Marfa Jackson kiss yo' ma, oo la, I la, I la,
Sweetest girl I ebber saw, on dis your weddin' day.
Fadder's bref, yo' mudder's nose, oo la. I la. I la.
Don't yo' soil dem weddin' clos, for 'tis yo' weddin' day.

Hold yo' bref, de bride am comin'
Down de centre, clear de way;
Oh! yo' darkies heah dat music,
Balance to corners, all hands round, 'tis Marfa's weddin' day.

Bang dat smilax on de wall, oo la, I la, I la,
Heah dat blessed baby bawl on Marfa's weddin' day.
Marcus Rufus tend dat chile, oo la, I la, I la,
Whare yo' fadder all dis while, 'tis Marfa's weddin' day.-Chorus.

Marie Louisa, whar yo' bin? oo la, I la, I la.
Cut dat cake wid de berries in, 'tis Marfa's weddin' day.
Tell yo' fadder slice dat ham, oo la, I la, I la,
Open up dat pot of jam on Marfa's weddin' day.-Chorus.

Sal go poke dat hickory fire, oo la, I la, I la,
Make dem darkies all perspire on Marfa's weddin' day.
Den go bring my low-neck shoes, oo la, I la, I la.
Got to dance, I can't refuse, 'tis Marfa's weddin' day.-Chorus.
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