DESCRIPTION: "Now shut your mouths, you loafers all; You vex me with your twaddle"; the singer advises that they get some "damaged rags" and hawk (peddle) them. Other occupations have their burdens, but hawking doesn't require skills, land, or anything else
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1970 (AndersonStory)
KEYWORDS: commerce work
REFERENCES (1 citation):
AndersonStory, pp. 104-106, "Hawking" (1 text, 1 tune)
File: AnSt104

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