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Melinda M Hale <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 18 Feb 1993 23:02:17 -0500
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This is forwarded from my sister -- not a member of the list, but I knew
she'd come through. -- Melinda
 Forwarded message:
> From marty Thu Feb 18 16:46:31 1993
> From: marty (Marty M HaleEvans)
> Subject: Re: Davy Crockett lyrics
> > Thanks for those three verses, whoever sent them, but I coulda sworn there
> > were a lot more verses than three.
> Me, too. Especially since I've never heard that second verse before.
> >In fact, I know there's a verse that
> > begins "He went off to Congress and served a spell..."
> "...Fixin' up the government and laws as well.
> Took over Washington, so we heared tell,
> And patched up the crack in the Liberty Bell.
> Davy, Davy Crockett, servin' his country well."
> > and another verse
> > that begins "When he come home, his politickin' done..."
> "...The big western march had just begun,
> So he packed his gear and his trusty gun
> And lit out a-grinnin, to follow the sun.
> Davy, Davy Crockett, leadin' the pioneers."
> The "His land is biggest and his land is best" verse goes next, and is
> last. I know the first verse sent by the other guy (sorry, forgot name) is
> right, and I don't know the other verse he sent, but I could swear there's
> one more in there somewhere. I could probably get it if we could come up
> with at least a bit of it, but I'm drawing a blank now. Let me know if
> there is other input on this.
> Marty
> "Seems like there ought to be a way we could look each other in the eye
> To see we're all in this together, and put all thoughts of victory aside.
> Seems like there ought to be a way we could turn this fear into trust;
> No matter what you say, there has to be a way --
> Every living thing is counting on us."
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