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A Collection of Early Political Songs

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Old ten cent Jimmy is no go!
Few days, few days, And Breckenridge is far too slow,
We're going home; They both endorse weak Pierce's reign,
Few days, few days, Which on our country leaves a stain ;
We're going home. Chorus.
Old Benton says he's out for Buck,
Few days, few days, But his finger on his nose is stuck;
We're going home. Fremont's the man, he surely knows,
Few days, few days, Or if he don't his daughter does,
We're going home. Chorus.
Old Bachelors are low in rate,
Few days, few days, They'd never populate a State,
We're going home. The White House party's must not drag,
Few days, few days, And what could Bucks be but a stag,
We're going home. Chorus.
Tho' Fremont, he was born down thar,
Few days, few days, He's strong as his Rocky Mountain Bar; (b
We're going home. He's made our California State—
Few clays, few day?, It's made us rich—we'll make him great,
We're going home. Chorus.
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