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"Follow the Drinking Gourd" is an American folk song first published in 1928. The Drinking ... named Aunty Laura. Hays described the melody as coming from Aunty Laura, while the lyrics came from anthologies – probably the Parks version.

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LYRICS, EXPLANATION. VERSE 1, Taken together, this verse suggests escaping in the spring and heading North to freedom. When the sun come back,, Refers ...

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Chorus Follow the drinking gourd, Follow the drinking gourd, For the old man is a -waiting for to carry you to freedom, Follow the drinking gourd.

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Sep 23, 2009 ... (Gm) (C) Follow the (Gm) drinking gourd (C) Follow the (Gm) drinking gourd For the (Bb) old man is a (F) waitin' for to (Gm) carry you to (Dm) ...

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Midi File, Lyrics and Information to The Drinking Gourd.

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Traditional Children's Song Lyrics and Sound Clip Performed ... Lyrics: Chorus: Follow the drinking gourd. Follow the drinking gourd. For the old man is a waitin'

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Lyrics of One Version of the Song: Some Clues About the Words: When the sun comes back. And the first quail calls, These are signs that winter is ending ...

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Follow the Drinking Gourd Lyrics: The riverbank makes a very good road / The dead trees will show you the way / Left foot, peg foot traveling on / Follow the ...

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Underground Railroad Song Lyrics. Follow the Drinking Gourd. Story: The lyrics were instructions on how to get to safety. They were taught by a man known as ...

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Lyrics to 'Follow the Drinking Gourd' by Taj Mahal. When the Sun comes back / And the first quail calls / Follow the drinking gourd, / For the old man is.