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Song Lyrics: snake under stepping stone

GUEST,slantt 07 Mar 12 - 08:34 PM
Susan of DT 07 Mar 12 - 09:09 PM
GUEST,slantt 08 Mar 12 - 08:14 AM
maeve 08 Mar 12 - 09:51 AM
GUEST,slantt 09 Mar 12 - 08:30 AM
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Subject: Song Lyrics
From: GUEST,slantt
Date: 07 Mar 12 - 08:34 PM

I was at a festival in Florida some time ago and a husband/wife duet sang a song about their place in the country and keeping guests away. After going through the usual "watch out for the snake under the stepping stone" and "don't bump the hornets nest over the front door" they had the line "...and don't cook anything in the pot underneath the bed." Has anyone heard this song? And if so, can you point me to a lyric place?

Jim


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Subject: RE: Song Lyrics
From: Susan of DT
Date: 07 Mar 12 - 09:09 PM

This is a great lyrics place - the digital tradition has the lyrics to 10,000 songs. But I searched for a couple of phrases you gave without any success.


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Subject: RE: Song Lyrics: snake under stepping stone
From: GUEST,slantt
Date: 08 Mar 12 - 08:14 AM

Yep, I've googled and searched but couldn't find anything. My best guess is that the couple wrote the tune and haven't published it.

J


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Subject: RE: Song Lyrics: snake under stepping stone
From: maeve
Date: 08 Mar 12 - 09:51 AM

Do you know the names of the duo? It sounds like something Lou and Peter Berryman would write.


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Subject: RE: Song Lyrics: snake under stepping stone
From: GUEST,slantt
Date: 09 Mar 12 - 08:30 AM

The performance was at a Thanksgiving Day celebration in Koreshan State Historic Site in Estero, FL. She played fiddle and he strummed the mandolin. They were a very good act.

J


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