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The Browns – Sugarfoot Rag lyrics

Gonna get out my sycamore and shine up my shoes meet my baby and tell her the news
I bet my bundle on a swayback nag and I came home winner with a plenty o'swag
One foot two foot slew foot drag swing your honey to the Sugarfoot Rag
Dig a little jig with a zig and a zag while the guitar pickin' the Sugarfoot Rag
[ guitar ]
I got a big jug o'cinder and a bottle of wine
One's for and honey and the other is mine
Sip on the cider and sip on the wine both sip together and a have a good time
One foot two foot...
[ banjo ]
Gonna spend all my money and a git on a jag swing my honey to the Sugarfoot Rag
Walk right up and stomp on the floor and swing up the middle with a shoofly four
One foot two foot...
[ guitar ]
One foot two foot...



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