"Run Mountain" as written by and J.e. Mainer....
Run mountain, chuck a little hill
Run mountain, chuck a little hill
Run mountain, chuck a little hill
There you'll get your fill

Many miles from my home
Roosters crow for day
Me upstairs with another man's wife
Better be getting away


Way up on the mountain
Give my horn a blow
Thought I heard my true love say
It's coming from my beau


When I'm in the fields hard at work
I sit down to play
Thinking of my own true love
She's many miles away


Wished I had a needle and thread
Fine as I could sew
Sew my pretty girl to my side
Down the road I'd go


Once I had a little girl
Got her from the south
Only thing that's wrong with her
She had too big a mouth


Took my girl to the blacksmiths shop
To have her mouth made small
Turned around a time or two
Swallowed that shop and all


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