Come All You Jack-Pine Savages

DESCRIPTION: Singer describes a visit to "Dr. Jones" (probably not a real doctor). He has a toothache; "Dr. Jones" gives him six prescriptions, he eats sixteen potatoes and a couple of loaves of bread, and he's cured. He tells listeners to take ills to "Dr. Jones."
AUTHOR: Probably Dent Bailey
EARLIEST DATE: 1941 (Beck)
KEYWORDS: disease medicine healing doctor
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Beck 20, "Come All You Jack-Pine Savages" (1 text)
Roud #4064
NOTES [14 words]: As "Come All You Jack Pine Savages," this song is item dC43 in Laws's Appendix II. - RBW
File: Be020

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