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30.08.2019

Old Joe Clark, Bile Them Cabbage Down - Various - Traditional Music At Newport 1964 Part 2 (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. Print and download Traditional Old Joe Clark Banjo TAB. Includes Banjo TAB for Guitar or Banjo in G Major. SKU: MN
  3. Bile them cabbage down, boys, Bake those hot cakes brown, boys. The only song that I can sing, Is bile them cabbage down. 2. Raccoon up the ‘simmon tree, ‘Possum on the ground. ‘Possum said to the ‘coon Shake some ‘simmons down. chorus: Bile them cabbage down, boys, Bake those hot cakes brown, boys. The only song that I can sing.
  4. Sheet music sales from Europe 4 scores found for "Old Joe Clark" ALL INSTRUMENTATIONS Banjo (33) Mandolin (19) Violin (19) Guitar (15) Piano, Vocal and Guitar (13) Harmonica (9) Lyrics and Chords (9) Choral 2-part (8) Melody line, Lyrics and Chor.
  5. Old Joe Clark, he had a house Eighteen stories high Ev'ry story in that house Was filled with chicken pie Fare ye well, Old Joe Clark Fare ye well, I say Fare ye well, Old Joe Clark I'm a-goin' away I went down to Old Joe's house Stayed to have some supper Stubbed my toe on the table leg And stuck my nose in the butter Fare ye well, Old Joe Clark.
  6. Bile Them Cabbage Down traditional Arr: Bob Wolford TablEdited by Bob A Wolford [email protected], Jan Page 1 / 3 T A B A 2 simple melody 2 2 D 3 3 A 2 2 2 E 1 1 A 2 2 2 D 3 3 T A B 7 A 2 E 1 A 0 A.
  7. Bile them cabbage down Went up on the mountain Just to give my horn a blow Thought I heard my true love say Yonder comes my beau 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 * Refrain Possum in a Simmon tree .
  8. - Okay here's Old Joe Clark. We're gonna finally start playing some melodies now and we're gonna start you off with the most basic version of this tune that you could ever imagine and kind of build on it. The idea being that just right from the beginning of learning melodies I want you to start to think about making variations of them because that's so much a part of the tradition and not to.

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