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  2. “Hallelujah, I’m a bum! Hallelujah, bum again, Hallelujah, give us a handout, and civil rights workers to the punk rockers, environmental activists and culture-jammers of the present. “Ani gave young people the chance to access a different kind of world through me that harkens back to the early oral culture. It’s a setting where.
  3. For Pennsylvania Songs and Legends, edited by George Korson, Jacob A. Evanson, formerly a music teacher in Pittsburgh, compiled the songs in the chapter “Folk Songs of an Industrial City,” basically songs from the steel industry in Pittsburgh. His version was sung in by J. J. Manners, who told him he had composed the verse, but that in.
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  7. Janine Giordano Drake About six years ago, while leaning over a large table with tabloid-sized musty newspapers from the s, I met some.
  8. HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM! Blue eyes, brown eyes, green-and but he had died poor and bitter, with nothing in the world to leave his daughter except this house, mortgaged for a good deal more than it was worth. It was a big house, too big for one woman to take care of, as she frequently remarked in a vaguely reproachful voice. Young Jasper.

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