Mountain Home, Ark. December 1963
Collected from: Reba Dearmore
Collected by: Carolyn Wood Reel 435,Item 6
Folk Game Song
Here' stands a loving couple, adjoing heart and hand,
One wats a wife and the other wants a man;
They will get married if they can agree,
And they'll march down the center with love and harmony.
Oh, now they are married and since it is so,
Away to the war in all haste he must go.
A weeping and mourning and that shall be their cry;
If I never see my true love, oh surely I will die.
But yonder she comes and its howdy howdy do - How have you been since I last saw You?
The war is all over, and there's peace upon the land;
And we'll all give them joy by the raising of cur hands
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