Kansas Land

DESCRIPTION: "I've reached the land of corn and wheat... I bought my land from Uncle Sam, And now I'm happy as I clam." The singer has animals of good ancestry. He has been in Kansas for a long time, but now increased population is squeezing him out
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1959 (collected from Grace Philbrook, according to Cohen)
KEYWORDS: home derivative farming
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS2, p. 499, "Kansas Land" (1 text plus an excerpt from "Beulah Land")
Roud #4899
cf. "Beulah Land" (tune, form) and references there
NOTES [18 words]: Roud lumps a great many "Beulah Land" parodies under his #4899, but this seems clearly a distinct item. - RBW
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File: CAFS2499

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