Rally, Boys, Rally (II)
DESCRIPTION: "Rally, boys, rally, the day is come at last (x2), Colored population can walk without a pass." "Had me an old shotgun, I called her Number One, Shot it at the rebels, you ought to see them run."
EARLIEST DATE: 1954 (collected from Willard Keen by Boswell)
KEYWORDS: Civilwar Black(s)
FOUND IN: US(Ap)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Boswell/Wolfe 56, pp. 94-95, "Rally, Boys, Rally" (1 short text, 1 tune)
NOTES [54 words]: There are two traditional songs entitled "Rally, Boys, Rally" -- one from Mississippi, printed in Hudson; one from Tennessee, printed by Wolfe from Boswell's Tennessee collection. Both are very short, so it is possible that they are one song -- but the only words they have in common are the line "Rally, Boys, Rally." - RBW
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