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|Roberto||Lyr Req: Lead Belly's Alabama Bound 1940 (26)||RE: Lyr Req: Lead Belly's Alabama Bound 1940||01 Apr 12|
From YouTube, a guy suggests: "You ought to be like me, you can drink your good Hye Texas Whiskey boys and let the king corn be". I don't think it is Ok, but it seems not far from the thing. To me, at least "you can drink your good high" is Ok. There seems to be "whiskey" after another small word: you can drink you god high ... whiskey, boys". Please, listen to it some more... And I'd like to know if "cane corn" makes sense...