Adam Catched Eve
DESCRIPTION: "Adam catched Eve by the fur below (x2), And that's the oldest catch I know (x3), Oh ho! did he so, did he so, did he so, did he so, did he so, did he so?"
EARLIEST DATE: 1926 (Scott)
KEYWORDS: nonballad bawdy
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Scott-EnglishSB, pp. 22-23, "Adam Catched Eve" (1 text, 1 tune)
NOTES: This is a (probably composed) "catch," and has not been found in tradition that I know of, but it has been recorded by several "folk" performers, so I decided to include it. The earliest printed texts read "furbelow" instead of "fur below," but this is clearly a bowdlerization. - RBW
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