"In Memory Of Elizabeth Cotton" as written by and Crawford....
I was sitting around the other day tapping my feet
A publication came to my door
Said you'd died and gone to sleep
But I couldn't shed a tear because I never knew you well
But I'm missing you just the same
Libba please rest easy down on Chestnut Street
Because I'm hearing that old freight train
Now I was sitting around this very night
I'm listening and it makes me grin
Libba please rest easy down on Chestnut Street
Because I'm hearing that old freight train
I know he let you in


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