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GUEST,Doug Saum Origins: 'Ryder' or 'Rider' in blues songs (20) RE: Origins: 'Ryder' or 'Rider' in blues songs 01 Apr 11

Also, I once read that C C Rider referred to a "Circuit Rider." These were judges, salesmen, peachers, etc. whose jobs required that they travel from town to town to perform their duties. Thus they would be well-suited for the double entendre explanations above ala traveling salesman jokes. That is as interlopers they might find themselves in compromising situations as they travel about.

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