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Old Folks at Home
Stephen C. Foster
heart is turning ebber, 4 Dere's wha de old folks stay. 5 All up and down de whole creationRate it:

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When De Folks Is Gone
James Whitcomb Riley
yo' bo'n, Hit's mighty lonesome waitin' when de folks is gone! Blame my trap! How de wind do blow!Rate it:

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Writin' Back To The Home-Folks
James Whitcomb Riley
principul residin' Would be amongst the folks 'at kep' Me allus _thinkin'_ of 'em, And sorto' eechiRate it:

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The Old-Home Folks
James Whitcomb Riley
'the watermelon-man' would try His humor on town-folks that wouldn't buy;-- How he drove into town Rate it:

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Mylo Jones's Wife
James Whitcomb Riley
I s'pose, so much like HER! Yit the wimmern-folks tells you She's PERFECTION.--Yes they do! Mylo'sRate it:

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Deacon Jones' Grievance
Paul Laurence Dunbar
the loose an' keerless way 'At the young folks treat the music; 'Tain't the proper sort o' choir. TRate it:

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My Sort O' Man
Paul Laurence Dunbar
did, you see; The plain ol' homelike sorter folks Is good enough fur me. O' course, I don't desire Rate it:

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Somewhere Up In Queensland
Henry Lawson
He's somewhere up in Queensland, The old folks used to say; He’s somewhere up in Queensland, The people say to-day. But Somewhere (up in Queensland...Rate it:

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Squire Hawkins's Story
James Whitcomb Riley
turn in And sneak his way back home ag'in! Some folks hint, and I make no doubt, That that's what Rate it:

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What Chris'mas Fetched The Wigginses
James Whitcomb Riley
more subjec' to What the _weather_ is. Now, you Folks 'at lives in town, I s'pose, Thinks its bullyRate it:

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A New Year's Time At Willards's
James Whitcomb Riley
Lord fer all he makes--. That's purty much all folks has got Ag'inst the old man, like as not! But Rate it:

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'Monstre' Balloon
Richard Harris Barham
from Aleppo or Scanderoon. But very soon after, folks changed their tune: 'The netting had burst Rate it:

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A Lonely Man
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
that I've made is with the axe an' maul. When folks are poor an' toil is hard an' times are harderRate it:

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An Epistle To Fleetwood Shephard, Esq. Burleigh, May 14, 1689
Matthew Prior
one's fancy For popish similes beyond sea, As folks from mudwall'd tenement Bring landlords pepper Rate it:

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Casey's Table D'Hote
Eugene Field
blue, When the money flowed like likker, 'nd the folks wuz brave 'nd true! When the nights wuz crisRate it:

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Cherry
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
sez you, for one old pensioner to own; But, folks, as soon as Christmas comes, they won't leave me Rate it:

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Flames Of Gold
Mario William Vitale
Factor The Ghetto peeps be blasting their stereo folks are pimping their rides where you get the goRate it:

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Foolin' Wid De Seasons
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Seems lak folks is mighty curus In de way dey t'inks an' ac's. Dey jes' spen's dey days a-mixin' Up de t'ings in almanacs. Now, I min' my nex' do' ...Rate it:

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Free Styling To The Extreme
Mario William Vitale
dope many years ago let the truth be told that folks used to smile when i was a child I used to dreRate it:

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Hunting Song
Paul Laurence Dunbar
neah; Mek its music cleah an' long, So de folks at home kin hyeah. Blow it twell de hills an' treesRate it:

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Like Slick Rick I Like To Tell A Story
Mario William Vitale
blazing outside there window pane folks had insisted the couple was insane take heed to the reader Rate it:

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Old Spense
Isabella Valancy Crawford
wicked flourish like green bays!' Sed folks for comfort in them days. I will allow his place was gRate it:

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Possum Trot
Paul Laurence Dunbar
head, that I can't git to go; An' it is that the folks I meet in any other spot Ain't half so good Rate it:

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Radio Man
Mario William Vitale
of the day as I raged in a cage there was folks with love swinging on its sod there he stood the raRate it:

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The Conversazzhony
Eugene Field
a inquest, or a jackpot now an' then. The wimmin-folks wuz mighty scarce, for wimmin, ez a rool, DoRate it:

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