Wallins Creek Girls

DESCRIPTION: Singer and a friend come to Wallins Creek and pick up girls. "The only thing they want to do, smoke cigarettes and car-ride." Men offer boys loose tobacco but the prefer cigarettes. "If [girls] could get them one cigarette, they'd car-ride every day"
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1937 (field recording, Daw Hudson)
LONG DESCRIPTION: Singer and a friend, rounders, come to Wallins Creek and pick up two girls in their car. "The only thing they want to do, smoke cigarettes and car-ride." He says the girls regularly flag drivers down and go from town to town. The men offer the boys Prince Albert (loose tobacco) but they'd rather have Old Gold (rolled cigarettes). Singers says the girls are pretty, but "if they could get them one cigarette, they'd car-ride every day"
KEYWORDS: drugs courting travel technology
FOUND IN: US(Ap)
RECORDINGS:
Daw Henson, "Wallins Creek Girls" (AFS, 1937; on KMM)
File: RcWaCrGi

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