Fallen Leaf - Mammy's Little Alabama Coon

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 16
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1984
Type Text
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Language eng
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Holding Institution Snow College
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Title Fallen Leaf - Mammy's Little Alabama Coon
Description MT.TJW LEAF Far beyond the lonely prairie where the noble forest lies, Dwelt the fairest Indian maiden ever seen by mortal eyes. She, whose eyes were like the sunbeams, Daughter of a warrior chief Sought to cheer their home in Autumn And they called her, "Eallen Leaf." 'Cross that prairie waste there traveled, all alone one summers day Came a hunter lone and weary from the long and lonesome w^r. Weeks went by but still he lingered. "Gentle, Fallen Leaf," he cried. And with looks of love she promised soon to be his woodland bride. Then one summer's day he wandered "cross the prairie wste alone , Long she watched and long she waited but his fete ves n&s: latwn. With the summer's leaf she wittered. Witti the autum leaf fedied. And they closed her eyes in slumber by theriwrfe flowing sHe. Chorus Fallen Leaf, the breezes whisper of thy spirit "s early flight And within that lonely wigwam there's a wail of woe tonight. Submitted by Anna Jensen, Fairview, Utah MAMMY'S LITTLE ALABAMA COOH Go to sleep my little Pickaninny Brer Fox will get you if you don't be good. Slumber on the bosom of your old Mammy Ginny. Mammy's little Alabama Coon. A-loo aloo- aloo aloo aloo Underneath the silver southern moon. Sock-aby hush-by, Mammy's little Alabama Coon Submitted by Both J, Peterson, Manti, Utah. -76-
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Date Created 2005-02-19
Date Modified 2005-02-19
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