"Stay in the Wagon Yard" as written by and Grandpa Jones....
I am a jolly farmer, and i just came to town
To sell a bale of cotton boys, I'd worked the whole year round
Listen to me all of you farmers, if you wanna learn some sense
If you want to see them electric lights, just look right over the fence
when i walked down the street, the old clock was striking nine
along came old sadie jones, won't you take a little drink of mine
I must have bought a dozen drinks, cos it hit my pocket book hard
I wish I'd bought me a half a pint and stayed in the wagon yard


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"Stay in the Wagon Yard" as written by Grandpa Jones

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