Julia Grover (Miss Julie Ann Glover)

DESCRIPTION: "As I was goin' to the mill one day, I met Miss Julia on the way, She 'spressed a wish that she might ride.... Sit down there, Miss Julia Grover, Play on your banjo, I'm your lover....." She gets in; the oxen start; the cart tips; she attacks him
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (Linscott-FolkSongsOfOldNewEngland)
KEYWORDS: courting travel
REFERENCES (4 citations):
Brown/Belden/Hudson-FrankCBrownCollectionNCFolklore3 410, "Miss Julie Ann Glover" (1 short text)
Brown/Schinhan-FrankCBrownCollectionNCFolklore5 410, "Miss Julie Ann Glover" (1 tune plus a text excerpt)
Morris-FolksongsOfFlorida, #83, "Julia Glover" (1 text)
Linscott-FolkSongsOfOldNewEngland, pp. 224-225, "Julia Grover" (1 text, 1 tune)

Roud #3734
Julie Ann Grover
File: Lins224

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