Railroad Dinah Gal
DESCRIPTION: "As I went down to Simon's mill, There I found a very steep hill, The steers began to bellow and balk, And I began to cuss and talk. Railroad Dinah Gal, I'm going' over the mountains." "Me and old Dinah killed a sheep, Give old Dinah the head and feet."
EARLIEST DATE: 1952 (Brown)
KEYWORDS: food animal railroading travel
FOUND IN: US(SE)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
BrownIII 493, "Railroad Dinah Gal" (1 short text)
BrownSchinhanV 493, "Railroad Dinah Gal" (1 tune plus a text excerpt)
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