Talking Columbia

DESCRIPTION: "I was down along the river, just sittin' on a rock, Lookin' at the boats in the Bonneville lock." The singer describes what he sees along the river -- and how it inspired this song. He concludes that the world should be run by electricity, not dictators
AUTHOR: Woody Guthrie
EARLIEST DATE: 1941-2 (recording by author)
KEYWORDS: political river technology
FOUND IN: US
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Lomax-FSNA 232, "Talking Columbia" (1 text)
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "Talking Blues" (and its assorted relatives)
File: LoF232

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