Johnny O Dutchman
DESCRIPTION: Johnny goes to plow and falls off the horse. He tells his wife he will sell the horse. She would give the horse another chance. They go fishing, the wagon turns over and horse and fish are lost. "Next time I ride you I'll ride the gray mare"
EARLIEST DATE: 1964 (Moore/Moore-BalladsAndFolkSongsOfTheSouthwest)
KEYWORDS: farming fishing humorous horse wife
FOUND IN: US(So)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Moore/Moore-BalladsAndFolkSongsOfTheSouthwest 161, "Johnny O Dutchman" (1 text, 1 tune)
NOTES [20 words]: Moore/Moore-BalladsAndFolkSongsOfTheSouthwest song has a few "old Dutchman" dialog words: "ven he fell off" and "vagon". - BS
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