Fare You Well Old Joe Clark

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  1. 2. |Old Joe Clark |had a mule, His |name was Morgan |Brown And |every tooth in |that mule's head was |sixteen inches |round (2x) CHORUS (2x) 3. |Old Joe Clark had a |yellow cat, she would |neither sing nor |pray |Stuck her head in a |buttermilk jar, and |washed her sins a|way (2x) CHORUS (2x) 4. |Old Joe Clark |had a house, |fifteen stories |high.
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  3. Fare You Well, Old Joe Clark Fiddlin' John Carson Now I've got no money Got nowhere to stay Got no place to lay my head By the chickens crowin' for day Fare you well, old Joe Clark Bye, Betsy Brown Walk home, old Joe Clark Goin' to leave this town Wished I had a nickel I wished I had a dime.
  4. Fare You Well Old Joe Clark: Fiddlin' John Carson: February Old Joe Clark: Fiddlin' Powers and Family: December Old Joe Clark: Riley Puckett: Old Joe Clark: Gid Tanner and His Skillet-Lickers with Riley Puckett: December Old Joe Clark: Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers: December Old Joe Clark: The Hill.
  5. Fare ye well, Old Joe Clark I'm a going away Old Joe Clark, the preacher's son Preached all over the pain The only text he ever knew Was High, low, Jack and the game Old Joe Clark had a mule His name was Morgan Brown And every tooth in that mule's head Was sixteen inches around Old Joe Clark had ayellow cat She would neither sing or pray She stuck her head in the butermilk jar And washed her .
  6. Nov 25,  · Casey Jones / Fare You Well Old Joe Clark by Fiddlin' John Carson (Single, Old-Time): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your Music. Casey Jones / Fare You Well Old Joe Clark, a Single by Fiddlin' John Carson. Released in April /5(1).
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  8. Old Joe Clark Lyrics: Old Joe Clark, the preacher's son / Preached all over the plain / The only text he ever knew / Was high low jack and the game / Fare thee well Old Joe Clark / Fare thee well I'm.
  9. Fare thee well, I’m gone Fare thee well Old Joe Clark Goodbye Lucy Long Fare thee well, old Joe Clarke Fare thee well, I say He'd follow me ten thousand miles To hear my fiddle play Verse 2: Old Joe Clark is mad at me I'll tell you the reason why I ran through his cabbage patch And ate his chicken pie.

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