Little More Cider Too, A

DESCRIPTION: The singer loves drink and Miss (Snowflake/Dinah). He wishes they were apples rubbing against each other in the tree, and for more drink. Chorus: "A little more cider, cider, cider, a little more cider too, A little more cider for Miss Dinah...."
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1910 (Brown); 19C (Wolf)
KEYWORDS: drink courting floatingverses
FOUND IN: Britain(England(South)) US(Ro,SE)
REFERENCES (6 citations):
Wiltshire-WSRO Mi 621, "Little More Cider, Too" (1 text)
BrownIII 46, "A Little More Cider Too" (2 text plus 2 excerpts and mention of 3 more)
BrownSchinhanV 46, "A Little More Cider Too" (2 tunes plus text excerpts)
Hubbard, #196, ""Little More Cider" (1 text, with the chorus of "A Little More Cider Too" although the lyrcs are often found in "Lynchburg Town")
Shay-Barroom, pp. 160-161, "A Little More Cider" (1 text)
WolfAmericanSongSheets, #1289, p. 88, "A Little More Cider" (1 reference)

Roud #7866
NOTES: The Wiltshire-WSRO text is in "minstrel" dialect. - BS
This appears to be original. Wolf, p. 88, gives his song as "A Little More CIder," beginning "I love the white gal and the black"; it reportedly was "Sung nighly, with tremendous applause, by Buckley's celebrated band of minstrels." Since this broadside was published by De Marsan, the song must date from before 1880. - RBW
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