Nothing Like Cider

DESCRIPTION: "In a neat little village not far from the sea Still leaves my old uncle, aged eighty-three." No one else makes cider like the uncle. The singer urges hearers to drink up. He praises the apple and asks to be buried under one when he died
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1908 (Baring-Gould, Devonshire Characters and Strange Events, according to Palmer)
KEYWORDS: drink family burial
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
ADDITIONAL: Roy Palmer, _Ripest Apples_, The Big Apple Association, 1996, pp. 82-83, "Nothing Like Cider" (1 text, 1 tune)
File: xxNoLiCi

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