Hauling Wood to Bangor
DESCRIPTION: Singer gets up at five to haul wood to Bangor; he arrives and gets drunk. His father comes to find him. A fiddler plays "The Bells of Old Ireland" and the men dance. To the old women: "Perhaps you done as bad yourself And perhaps a damn sight worse"
EARLIEST DATE: 1973 (Dibblee/Dibblee)
KEYWORDS: lumbering dancing drink music humorous
FOUND IN: Canada(Mar)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Dibblee/Dibblee, pp. 31-32, "Hauling Wood to Bangor" (1 text, 1 tune)
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