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  1. Dolrajas says:
    Farethee well Old Joe Clark Farethee well I say Farethe well Old Joe Clark I'm bound go go away. I will not go to Old Joe's house I'll tell ya the reason why Every floor in Old Joes's house Is filled with chicken pie. Old Joe Clark he did take sick And what do ya think ailed him? He drank a churn of butter milk And then his stomach failed him.
  2. Kigahn says:
    Old Joe Clark's a fine old man Tell you the reason why He keeps good likker 'round his house Good old Rock and Rye Fare ye well, Old Joe Clark Fare ye well, I say 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.
  3. Kazrak says:
    Old Joe Clark. Joseph Clark was born in Clay County, Kentucky on September 18th, In at the age of 17 he married 15 year old Elizabeth Sandlin. At 22 years old, married with 3 kids, the American Civil War began and Old Joe was there in line to enlist. He didn’t last long though as he became sick the first winter and was given a.
  4. Kekazahn says:
    - "Old Joe Clark" seems, from the vantage point of the later twentieth century, to be one of the most widely known of all Southern fiddle tunes. Indeed, it is one of those Southern tunes that has to a degree become part of the national repertory. One may hear it in bluegrass jam sessions, old-time.
  5. Mukasa says:
    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.
  6. Fecage says:
    old joe clark old joe clark, he had a house eighteen stories high every story in that house was filled with chicken pie round and round, old joe clark round and round i say round and round, old joe clark ain't got long to stay i went down to old joe's house he invited me for supper stubbed my toe on the table leg and stuck my nose in butter.
  7. Tarisar says:
    May 15,  · Old Joe Clark is a US folk song, a mountain ballad that was popular among soldiers from eastern Kentucky during World War I and afterwards.[1] Its lyrics refer to a real person named Joseph Clark, a Kentucky mountaineer who was born in and murdered in [1][2] The "playful and sometimes outlandish verses" have led to the conjecture that.
  8. Moogum says:
    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.
  9. Shaktir says:
    May 12,  · OLD JOE CLARK is the ubiquitous, quintessential old-time fiddle tune, possessing the same venerable status as a handful of others, albeit most often played as a 'learning piece' or introduction to the genre. Samuel Bayard () thinks it was originally a song tune that later (or in parallel) became a fiddle standard and play-party tune.

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