Way Down in Maine
DESCRIPTION: "Once upon a time I loved a feller, Way down in Maine, He seed me hum (home) under his umbrella." Her calico ends up torn by the frightening rain. Her mother feeds the man. He will not marry her. So she declares, "I'm in the market still."
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (ThompsonNewYork)
KEYWORDS: courting rejection humorous
FOUND IN: US(MA)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
ThompsonNewYork, p. 405, "'Way Down in Maine" (1 text)
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