DESCRIPTION: "Now, you cohabs, still dodging around, You'd better keep on underground, For if with #2 you're found, They'll put you into limbo." The song details the fate awaiting men discovered living with two or more wives (i.e. "cohabs," or "cohabitators")
AUTHOR: George Hicks? (Source: Hubbard's informant F. Y. Morse)
EARLIEST DATE: 1961 (Hubbard)
KEYWORDS: love wife prison crime humorous
1890 - Mormon church abandons polygamy.
FOUND IN: US(Ro)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Hubbard, #222, "The Cohabs" (1 text)
Put You Into Limbo
NOTES [36 words]: Hubbard appears to believe that this song dates from before 1890, when the Mormon Church abandoned polygamy. But, of course, some Mormons continued to secretly practice polygamy, so it is possible that it is newer. - RBW
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