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GUEST,Mescal 12 Jun 09 - 07:18 PM
12-stringer 13 Jun 09 - 12:26 AM
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Subject: Big Leg Blues
From: GUEST,Mescal
Date: 12 Jun 09 - 07:18 PM

On "Big Leg Blues" by John Hurt, the websites have:

Late at midnight, the moon shone bright as day
I saw your faror going up the right of way.

But is that really what he says? What's a "faror"? It sounds like that on the record to me also. I've listened a hundred times. Does anyone really understand it?

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Subject: RE: Big Leg Blues
From: 12-stringer
Date: 13 Jun 09 - 12:26 AM

In "Country Blues Guitar" Stefan Grossman footnotes this lyric:

*"Faror" is slang for girlfriend.

Stefan's source for this is undoubtedly MJH himself.

See also

You'll have to scroll down the page to find the entry.

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