American Old Time Song Lyrics: 32 Heigh Ho Lingo Sally

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HEIGH, HO! LINGO SALLY.
Copyright, 1887, by Wm. A. Pond & Co.
Words by Ed. Harrigan. Music by Dave Braham.

De river's very muddy whar' de turtle creeps,
Go 'long, whoa dar, Bally!
Oh, come and shear de wool upon de old black sheep
Heigh, ho! Lingo Sally!
De night time comes, de morning goes,
Oh, tuck a little children in de ole Ded clothes;
De mouse in de garret dun eating all de corn,
I'll buy a bran-new bonnet when de ole one's gone;
Go 'long, whoa dar, Bally!
Heigh, ho! Lingo bally!

It's raining very heavy when de dark cloud comes,
Go 'long, whoa dar, Bally!
Dar's trouble for a nigger when de wild bee hums,
Heigh, ho! Lingo Sally!
de night time comes, de morning goes,
Oh, tuck a little children in de ole bed clothes;
De mouse in the garret dun eating all de corn,
I'll buy a bran new bonnet when de ole one's gone;
Go 'long, whoa dar, Bally!
Heigh, ho! Lingo Sally!

De ceiling's very dusty till de new broom swings,
Go 'long, whoa dar, Bally!
De spider in de corner, golly, how he clings,
Heigh, ho! Lingo Sally'
De night time comes, de morning goes,
Oh, tuck a children in de ole bed clothes;
De mouse in the garret dun eating all de corn,
I'll buy a new bonnet when de ole one's gone;
Go'long, whoa dar, Bally!
Heigh, ho! Lingo Sally!
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