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9 thoughts on “ Bile The Cabbage Down - Bob Anderson And The Country Ramblers - Indiana Hoedown (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Bile them Cabbage down Turn them hoecakes round The only song that I can sing Is bile them cabbage down. Took my gal to the blacksmith shop To have her mouth made small She turned around a time or two And swallowd shop and all. Possum in a Simmon tree Raccoon on the ground Raccoon says you son-of-a-gun Shake some Simmon’s down.
  2. Doc Rolland opens the show by fiddling and singing “Bile Them Cabbage Down” with Doc Rolland’s Americana String Ensemble in its China tour. The 9-piece acoustic band plus two dancers and an interpreter gave 24 concerts at major civic venues throughout China in August
  3. Subject: Lyr Add: BILE DEM CABBAGE DOWN (Harlan Miners From: Jim Dixon Date: 30 Sep 08 - AM This version is a fine evocation of autumn and its associated foods, transcribed from a sound file at the Honking Duck website. BILE DEM CABBAGE DOWN Harlan Miners Fiddlers, Click to play. 1. Corn blades rustlin' in the breeze, pumpkins on.
  4. $ / By American Folk Song. Arranged by Mack Wilberg. Text: American Folk Song. For Fiddle, String Bass, Woodblock and Tambourine; Piano (Four Hands) accompaniment. (SATB). Mack Wilberg. Folk, Secular. Level: Medium Advanced Adult. 20 pages. Duration 7 min. Published by Hinshaw Music Inc.
  5. Bile Them Cabbage Down by Matthew Sabatella and the Rambling String Band, Folk music from Hollywood, FL on ReverbNation.
  6. By Praguefrank SESSINS 19 March West Lafayette, IN - Bob Anderson and The Country Ramblers (Bob Anderson [fiddle], Clayton Paul.
  7. Aug 17,  · The Grascals Boil Them Cabbage Down HD - Duration: Vlasta Tetřev , views. Jackie Gleason tells why he only did one season of The Honeymooners - Duration:
  8. Bile Them Cabbage Down DESCRIPTION: Chorus: "Boil them cabbage down, Bake that hoecake brown, Only tune that I can play is Boil them cabbage down." Fiddle tune, with floating verses from anywhere, e.g. "Raccoon has a bushy tail, Possum's tail is bare" or "Raccoon up a 'simmon tree".

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