Hey, Boys! Up Go We!

DESCRIPTION: "When maize stands more than ten feet high, And bursting cobs a yard or more," the harvesters head out to the field. Others hunt, but the singer will farm and keep livestock. The singer wishes good health for George [IV] and the governor
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1829 (words, in the Sydney Gazette of June 16)
KEYWORDS: farming royalty nonballad food work
REFERENCES (1 citation):
AndersonStory, pp. 19-21, "Hey, Boy! Up We Go!" (1 text, 1 tune, a newspaper text with a tune of the same name that may or may not go with it)
File: AnSt019

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