Finest Waitress, The

DESCRIPTION: "The finest waitress I ever did see Is the handsome girl that waits on me... Polite she is to young and old, I'm sure she has a heart of gold." He praises her work, and concludes "May unseen angels ever be Near the fair blonde girl who waits on me."
AUTHOR: Edgar Hamm?
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (Thomas)
KEYWORDS: nonballad food servant
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Thomas-Makin', pp. 250-251, (no title) (1 text)
NOTES [28 words]: Thomas comments on this piece, "Many a mountain lad thinks on verse." On the evidence, this particular mountain lad didn't think at all -- at least with his brain. - RBW
File: ThBa250

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