Meet Me in the Bottoms

DESCRIPTION: "Meet me in the bottoms with my boots and shoes, Whoo Lordy mamma, Great God A'mighty...." The singer "got to leave this town now." He notes that he sees both the woman he loves and the woman he hates every day
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1950 (recording, Davie Lee)
KEYWORDS: love separation clothes
FOUND IN: US(SE)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Courlander-NFM, pp. 97-98, (no title) (1 text); p. 274, "Meet Me in the Bottoms" (1 tune, partial text)
ADDITIONAL: Harold Courlander, _A Treasury of Afro-American Folklore_, Crown Publishers, 1976, pp. 520-521, "Meet Me in the Bottoms" (1 text, 1 tune)

RECORDINGS:
Davie Lee, "Meet Me in the Bottoms" (on NFMAla6)
NOTES: Despite the fact that Davie Lee's version appears in the series of recordings, "Negro Folk Music of Alabama," he was recorded in Mississippi. - PJS
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File: CNFM097

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