Si Hubbard (Hey Rube)

DESCRIPTION: Two farm boys decide to visit the circus. They raise the money and go in to see the sights. After volunteering to take part in various escapades, they end up being carried off by a balloon. When at last they land, they wind up in jail
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1927 (Sandburg-TheAmericanSongbag)
KEYWORDS: humorous farming technology prison
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Sandburg-TheAmericanSongbag, pp. 350-352, "Si Hubbard" (1 text, 1 tune)
ST San350 (Full)
NOTES [25 words]: Another piece which may owe more to Sandburg's imagination than to tradition. Even Sandburg says that it came, indirectly, from a carnival barker. - RBW
File: San350

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