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Prairie 1037
 
    
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Countryfied
Prairie 1037
 


ID: 5257
   Instrumental  

TypeSinging Call
WEB SITE www.pmdomusic.com
Label information
Grid list of Prairie recordings
Copies2
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration 
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)

Al Horn
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Old Call(s)
Cue Sheet

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    C4

Circle left
Looking at a frog eating up my fishbait
Sitting on the bank of a riverside
*Ants got in my sandwich, ate a couple and almost died

Walk around your corner, get back with a curlique
Hey boys run, left allemande and do the right & left grand
I'm countrified, like my chicken fried
Dosado and promenade
We're country folks, we tell old jokes
I love to hear a fiddle playing Cotten Eyed Joe


FIGURE    Plus, corner progression

Head two pass the ocean, ping pong circulate
Go right & left thru, turn the girl, pass thru and then
Pass thru, trade by and do a dosado
Make an ocean wave and then, swing thru you know
Boys trade, boys run, partner trade and roll
Swing this country girl and promenade you go
We're country folks, we tell old jokes
I love to hear a fiddle playing Cotten Eyed Joe


ALTERNATE LYRICS

*Took a little swig from a jug of moonshine
Didn't have a chaser and almost died

*I thought about my baby
Grinned and then I sighed

 
Lyrics

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Countryfied
 
 

Looking at a frog eating up my fishbait
Sitting on the bank of a riverside
Took a little drink from my jug of moonshine
Didn't have a chaser and almost died

Thinking about working on Monday morning
Never can wait till quitting time
Just to get down to the water
And to wet my fishing line

Well I'm countryfied, I like my chicken fried
I like to walk barefooted though the countryside
Well, I'm country folk, I like to roll my smokes
I love to hear a fiddle playin' Cotton-Eyed Joe

Never been much on conversation, they say I'm hell when I get tight
I love to get out my ol' coondog and shine up a few at night
I like to sit around the campfire and hear ol' Blue at work
Running them Cajun critters for everything he's worth

Well I'm countryfied, I like my chicken fried
I like to walk barefooted though the countryside
Well, I'm country folk, I like to roll my smokes
I love to hear a fiddle playin' Cotton-Eyed Joe

Well I like to sit down with my woman, watch TV after suppertime
Snuggle real close together, 'cause she knows how to ease my mind
Talk about days when we were younger and think about the days when we get old
Like the lazy days of summer, we like to watch the fog and snow

Well I'm countryfied, I like my chicken fried
I like to walk barefooted though the countryside
Well, I'm country folk, I like to roll my smokes
I love to hear a fiddle playin' Cotton-Eyed Joe

Lyrics by Danny Hogan & Ronny Scaife.
Recorded by Mel McDaniel.
 

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