by Parler Dick Upton, West Memphis, Ark.
Mark Williamson, Little Rock Lem McCrary, Lonoke, Ark.
Phillip Purifoy, Texarkana, Ark. January 14, 1960
Reel 356, Item 5
There was a farmer had two sons,
And these two sons were brothers,
Bohunkus was the name of one,
Josephus was the others.
Now these two boys had suits of clothes
And they were made for Sunday,
Bohunkus wore his every day,
Josephus his on Monday.
Now these two boys to the theater went Whenever they saw fit,
Bohunkus in the gallery sat,
Josephus in the pit.
Now these two boys are dead and gone,
Long may their ashes rest.
Bohunkus of the cholera died,
Josephus by request.
Now these two boys their story told,
And they did tell it well,
Bohunkus he to heaven went,
Josephus he to
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