DESCRIPTION: "I heard this sad song O In the Orongorongo, 'No more double-bunking, double-bunking for me.'" The singer has slept with tramps, and has ended up sick and anxious and "washed-out like a dish-rag." He'll sleep anywhere, "But I'm going to sleep single."
AUTHOR: Words: Harold William Greton
EARLIEST DATE: 1967 (Bailey/Roth-NZ)
KEYWORDS: disease home
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Bailey/Roth-NZ, p. 144, "Double-bunking" (1 text, tune referenced)
Cleveland-NZ, p. 84, "Double-bunking" (1 text, 1 tune)

cf. "The More We Are Together" (tune)
File: BaRo144

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