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Come on boys let's go to the fair
See the funny sights and the cool night air
Grasshopper kissing the old black crow
Road hog red do the dose-ee-doe

More funny things than you ever did see
Ringtail coons monkeys in the trees
Pussy cat combing the tomcat's hair
Come on boys let's go to the fair

Had a banjo picking rooster the cockiest of 'em all
Strutted on the stage in his bib overalls
Close behind was old fiddling bear
Bluegrass music by a rooster and a bear

Old mother goose wore fancy clothes
High heeled slippers and fancy clothes
An old bare possum in his underwear
Killed himself a laughing at the county fair



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