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Back To Index. Far away in some deep mountain Where the merry sunbeams play There I wandered thru the clover Singing to a village maid. Chorus: She was dearer than the dearest Ever loving kind and true And she wore beneath her bonnet Amber tressee tied in blue. Fact decreed that we parted When the leaves of autumn fell Then two hearts were seperated That had loved each other well.
She was all I had to cherish Every loving king and true Now I see in every vision Amber tresses tied in blue. Well it eat all the children that would not be good And I bid you goodnight, goodnight, goodnight. My latest sun is sinking fast My race is nearly run My longest trials now are passed My triumph has begun.
Oh, bear my loving heart to him Who bled and died for me Whose blood now cleanses from all sins And gives me victory. Are you tired of me my darling Did you mean those words you said When you spoke in fond affection On the day that we were wed. Chorus: Tell me could you live life over Would you make it otherwise Are you tired of me my darling Answer only with your eyes. Oh once upon a time in Arkansas An old man sat in his little cabin door And fiddled at a tune that he liked to hear A jolly old tune that he played by ear. The love light that gleamed in your eyes, Has gone out to my surprise.
I trusted dear our love would stand, Your every wish was my command. My heart tells me I must forget, I loved you then I love yet. I asked my love to take a walk Just a walk a little way And as we walk, oh, may we talk All about our wedding day.
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I took her by her lily white hand And dragged her down that bank of sand There I throwed her in to drown I watched her as she floated down. The very next morn about half past four The Sheriff came knocked at my door He said now young man come now and go Down to the Banks of the Ohio. And the tears that I cried for that woman are gonna flood you Big River.
I met her accidentally in St. Paul Minnesota. And it tore me up every time I heard her drawl, Southern drawl. Then you took me to St. Louis later on down the river. I found her trail in Memphis, but she just walked up the block. She raised a few eyebrows and then she went on down alone. Take that woman on down to New Orleans, New Orleans. She loves you, Big River, more than me.
Now I taught the weeping willow how to cry, cry, cry And I showed the clouds how to cover up a clear blue sky. Went up on the mountain Just to give my horn a blow Thought I heard my true love say Yonder comes my beau. Bile them Cabbage down Turn them hoecakes round The only song that I can sing Is bile them cabbage down. Took my gal to the blacksmith shop To have her mouth made small She turned around a time or two And swallowd shop and all. Met a possum in the road Blind as he could be Jumped the fence and whipped my dog And bristled up at me.
How that mule would kick He kicked with his dying breath He shoved his hind feet down his throat And kicked himself to death. Refrain: Hey, black—eyed Susie, hey, little black—eyed Susie, hey. The only thing I like to do better than my doodling Is put my head between your legs and do a little yodelling Refrain. Blackjack David is the name that I bear Been alone in the forest for a long time But the time is come, and when a lady I find I will love her and hold her, singing through the green green trees.
The skin on my hands is like leather, alright. Fair Eloise rode out that day From her fine fine home in the morning In the flush of dawn, came a sound to her ear Drifting, floating, singing through the green green trees. Saddle me up my fine grey mare Cried the lord of the house next morning My servants tell me that my daughter is gone With Blackjack David, singing through the green green trees.
Well he rode all day and he rode all night But he never did find his daughter But he heard from afar, come drift on the wind Two voices, laughing, singing through the green green trees. All good things must end. Here we are broken hearted. We thought our love would never end.
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We fell hard when we got started. That would be our worst mistake. It was on a moonlight night The stars were shining bright And they whispered from on high Your love has said good—bye. Now my thoughts wander back to that ramshackle shack In those blue ridge hills far away Where my mother and dad were laid there to rest They are sleeping in peace together there.
Everytime I need you mamma Lord I always find you gone X2 Listen here sweet mamma you better put your air brakes on Yodel layee oh a layee oh alayee. You went and kicked my dog, and Now you drowned my cat. Going to Chattanoogy, Going to Chattanoogy, See my ponies run, pretty mama. Going to Chattanoody, to see my ponies run.
If I win a prize, going to give my baby some. Rooster chews tobacco, rooster chews tobacco, The hen uses snuff, pretty mama. The rooster chews tobacco, and the hen uses snuff. Blues in a bottle, blues in a bottle, Stopper in my hand, pretty mama. Blues in a bottle, stopper in my hand. Old man Jack Frost done and killed your vine. Asked my baby, asked my baby, Could she stand to see me cry, pretty mama. Asked my baby, could she stand to see me cry. Give you five dollars if you come out tonight Come out tonight Come out tonight Give you five dollars if you come out tonight And dance by the light of the moon.
Me and my gal we sit on the stoop Sit on the stoop Sit on the stoop Here dad came out and made me loop the loop Tell me is she coming out tonight. When I met that bully way down in southern town When I met that bully we both went round and round I by the bully of your town. She told me that she did not love me I could not believe it was true Until an angel softly whispered She no longer cares for you.
Place on my grave a snow white lily To prove my love for her was true To show the world I died of grieving For her love I could not win. I remember dear the night we parted A big mistake had caused it all If you come back sunshine will follow If you stay away twill be my fall. The nights are long my little darling Oh how I need your sweet embrace When I awoke the sun was shining I looked up and I saw your face.
Love oh love careless love Love oh love careless love Love oh love oh careless love See what careless love has done. My dog treed, I went to see, On children, on There was a possum up that tree, On children, on And that possum began to grin, On children, on I reached up and took him in, On children, on.
Chorus: Carve that possum Carve that possum, children Carve that possum children Oh, come children come. Carried him home and dressed him on, Hung him out that night to frost, One way to cook the possum down, First par boil then bake him brown. Possum meat am good to eat, Always fat and good and sweet, Grease potatoes in the pan, Greatest eatin in the land. Got in a little trouble at the county seat Lord they put me in the jailhouse, for loafing on the street When the judge heard the verdict, I was a guilty man He said forty—five dollars, or thirty days in the can.
I used to be a wise man, but this woman made me a chump.
Now, it sure is funny how hard a man can fall. She threw me out! But I turned right around, Lord have mercyand begged her to take me back. I used to be a wild cat, but this woman has chained me down. Chorus: Oh my darling, oh my darling Oh my darling, Clementine You are lost and gone forever Dreadful sorry, Clementine.
In a cavern, in a canyon Excavating for a mine Dwelt a miner, forty-niner And his daughter, Clementine.
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Light she was and like a fairy And her shoes were nine Herring boxes, without topses Sandals were for Clementine. How I missed her! Come all ye fair and tender ladies. Be careful how you court young men. Do you remember our days of courting When your head lay upon my breast You could make me believe with falling of your arm That the sun rose in the West. Well when I was a little bitty boy no bigger than an old polecat Well I used to wonder like all kids what made this do that.
Chorus: Corn liquor corn liquor corn liquor corn liquor what makes you do what you do Well they feel no pain when you touch their brain corn liquor they love you.
Hurry up babe, you slept too late, honey Hurry up babe, you slept too late, babe Hurry up honey, you slept too late The crawdad man done passed your gate Honey, babe of mine. I went down to Cripple Creek To see what them girls had to eat I got drunk and fell against the wall Old corn likker was the cause of it all. Chorus: Dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow Dig a hole in the cold ground Dig a hole, dig a hole in the meadow Gonna lay darling Corey down.
Well the first time I seen darling Corey She was standing by the sea Had a forty-four strapped across her bosom And a banjo on her knee. Wake up, wake up, darling Corey What makes you sleep so sound? The revenue officers are coming Gonna tear your still house down. Go away, go away, darling Corey Quit hanging around my bed Bad liquor ruined my body Pretty women gone to my head. When you go down in Deep Elem just to have a little fun Have your ten dollars ready when that policeman comes.