My Minnehasin Come from China
DESCRIPTION: "My Minnehasin come from hina, Me lika Els 'cause she lika me." The singer wishes to marry Els, mote back to China, and eat rats and mice. He lives in Bottle Alley. He gets married; his wife gets drunk. The story is told in a strong fake accent.
EARLIEST DATE: 1948 (Hubbard)
KEYWORDS: love courting China humorous discrimination drink marriage travel
FOUND IN: US(Ro)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Hubbard, #88, "My Minnehasin Come from China" (1 text)
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