Billie Lou Ratliff For:
Mary C. Parler
Name of singer:
Jack Tiffin Address:
St. Paul, Arkansas Date:
January 3, 1959
Reel 269 Item 11
OLD MOUNTAIN DEW
Down the road you can see there’s an old holler tree Where you lay down your dollar or two And you go ’round the bend and come back again With a quart of good old mountain dew.
They call it that good old mountain dew
And the folks that refuse it are few
You can shut up your mug, I’ll fill up your jug
With that good old mountain dew.
Tom’s of a sort, he's sawed off and short He just measured four feet two
But he felt himself a giant when he got himself a pint
Of that good old mountain dew.
Now Brother Bill had a still on the hill Where he run off a gallon or two
The buzzards in the sky got so drunk they couldn’t fly
On that good old mountain dew.
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