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Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Uvtha, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. Uvtha

    Uvtha Grand Poobah
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    Got quite a few on there atm, mostly essences, 20k each. Will restock as time allows. Shop from the guardzone!
     
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    I would go.........but the hamster is off the wheel....or something like that..:lol:

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    THAT'S WHAT I LIKE ABOUT THE SOUTH
    (Andy Razaf)

    Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys - 1942
    Phil Harris - 1947

    Also recorded by: Nolan Bruce Allen; Buddy Blue;
    Cliff Bruner; Moon Mullican; Red Stick Ramblers;
    Rollin' In The Hay.


    Won't you come with me to Alabamy
    Let's go see my dear old Mammy
    She's fryin' eggs and boiling hammy
    That's what I like about the South

    Now there you can make no mistakey
    Where those nerves are never shaky
    Ought to taste her layer cakey
    That's what I like about the South

    She's got baked ribs and candied yams
    Those sugar-cured Virginia hams
    Basement full of those berry jams
    An' that's what I like about the South

    Hot corn bread, black-eyed peas
    You can eat as much as you please
    'Cause it's never out of season
    That's what I like about the South

    Aahhh, don't take one, have two
    There's dark brown and chocolate too
    Suits me, they must suit you
    'Cause that's what I like about the South

    Well it's way, way down where the cane grows tall
    Down where they say "Y'all"
    Walk on in with that Southern drawl
    'Cause that's what I like about the South

    Down where they have those pretty queens
    Keep a-dreamin' those dreamy dreams
    Well let's sip that absinthe in New Orleans
    That's what I like about the South

    Here come old Bob with all the news
    Got the boxback coat with button shoes
    But he's all caught up with his union dues
    An' that's what I like about the South

    Here come old Roy down the street
    Ho, can't you hear those tappin' feet
    He would rather sleep than eat
    An' that's what I like about the South

    Now every time I pass your door
    You act like you don't want me no more
    Why don't you shake that head and sigh
    And I'll go walkin' by

    On, on, on and on and on
    Honey, when you tell me that you love me
    Then how come you close your eyes

    Did I tell you 'bout the place called Doo-wah-diddy
    It ain't no town and it ain't no city
    It's just awful small, but awful pretty
    That's Doo-wah-diddy

    Well I didn't come here to criticise
    I'm not here to sympathise
    But don't tell me those no-good lies
    That a lyin' gal like you can devise

    You love me like I love you
    Send me fifty P-D-Q
    Roses are red and violets are pink
    If I don't get all fifty, I don't show

    She's got backbones and turnip greens
    Ham hocks and butter beans
    You, me and New Orleans
    An' that's what I like about the South


    (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - May 2005)