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Sweet Betsy From Pike - Bill Bender - Sweet Betsy From Pike / Mustang Grey (Shellac)

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  1. Zut says:
    Sweet Betsy From Pike Lyrics: Oh, don't you remember, sweet Betsy from Pike? / Crossed the wide prairies were her lover Ike / Two yoke of oxen and one spotted hog / A tall Shanghai rooster and a.
  2. Moogusho says:
    Sweet Betsy from Pike by The Limeliters was written by John A. Stone and John Parry and was first recorded by Radio Mac (Harry McClintock) in The Limeliters released it on the album Fourteen 14K Folk Songs in It was covered by Frank Luther and The Luther Trio, Mickey Raphael, Tom Roush, Hylo Brown and other artists.
  3. Dojas says:
    Dec 31,  · G C G Ike said to Betsy, as he cast his eyes down, D G "Sweet Betsy, my darling, we've got to Hangtown." [Chorus] N.C Singing too-ra-li-oo-ra-li-oo-ra-li-ay. [Verse 13] G D G Long Ike and Sweet Betsy attended a dance. Em D Ike wore a pair of his Pike County pants. G C G Betsy was covered with ribbons and rings.
  4. Mazugami says:
    Saying Betsy get up you'll get sand in your eyes. Didli ai di ai didl didli ai di ai dei Betsy got up in the great deal of pain She said she'd go back to Pike County again But I gave a sigh then he fondly embraced And he traveled along with his arm round her waist. (How can sweet Betsy went out to the dance And Ike poor a fellow he's down at.
  5. Targ says:
    Sweet Betsy from Pike, Who crossed the wide prairies With her husband, Ike, With two yoke of cattle And one spotted hog A tall Shanghai rooster And an old yeller dog? Sing toorali, oorali, oorali ay Sing toorali, oorali, oorali ay The alkali desert Was burning and bare And Ike cried in fear, "We are lost, I declare! My dear old Pike County, I'll go back to you.".
  6. Daigul says:
    Burl Ives – Sweet Betsy from Pike Oh, Don't you remember Sweet Betsy from Pike, She crossed the big mountains with her lover Ike, With two yoke of oxen and one yaller dog And an old Shanghai rooster one spotted hog. Hoodle dang dang fol-de-die-do hoodle dang fol-de-day They got to the desert where Betsy give out, Down on the sand she lay.
  7. Akibei says:
    Now don't you remember sweet Betsy from Pike Who crossed the big mountains with her lover Ike Two yoke of oxen a big yeller dog a tall Shanghai rooster And one spottled hog One evenin' quite early they camped on the plat Down by the road on a green shady flat Where Betsy got tired and lay down to repose And Ike he just gazed on his Pike County.
  8. Meztilabar says:
    Sweet Betsy from Pike [Laws B9] DESCRIPTION: "Sweet" Betsy and "her lover" Ike set out from Pike County, Missouri for California. On the way they lose much of their livestock and property, but also have some amazing adventures. Bill Bender (The Happy Cowboy), "Sweet Betsy from Pike" (Asch /Elite X19[as "Betsy from Pike"]/Stinson
  9. Zulkizuru says:
    Sweet Betsy From Pike Folk Song c. Oh don't you remember sweet Betsy from Pike, Who crossed the wide prairie with her lover Ike, With two yoke of oxen, a big yellow dog, A tall Shangai rooster, and one spotted hog? CHORUS: Singing dang fol dee dido, Singing dang fol dee day.

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