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Whoa Mule

This song is by Clarence Ashley and Tex Isley and appears on the album Play and Sing American Folk Music (1966).

Whoa, mule, whoa mule I say
Keep your seat, Miss Liza Jane
Hold right to the sleigh

I went up on the mountain to get me a sack of corn
Raccoon set his dog on me and the possum blowed his horn

Whoa, whoa mule I holler
Tie a knot in that mule's tail and he'll go through the collar

Went up on the mountain, give my horn a blow
Thought I heard some pretty girl say, yonder come my beau

Whoa, whoa mule I say
Keep your seat, Miss Liza Jane
Hold right to the sleigh

Whoa, whoa mule I holler
Tie a knot in that mule's tail and he'll go through the collar

I would not marry a tall slim gal, tell you the reason why
Her neck's so long and stringy I'm afraid she'd never die

Whoa, mule, whoa mule I say
Keep your seat, Miss Liza Jane
Hold right to the sleigh

I went to kiss my gal last night, I thought I would do it sneakin'
I missed her mouth and hit her nose and the doggone thing was leakin'

Whoa, mule, whoa mule I say
Keep your seat, Miss Liza Jane
Hold right to the sleigh

A peanut sitting on a railroad track, his heart was all a-flutter
Around the curve come a passenger train, toot toot, peanut butter'

Whoa, mule, whoa mule I say
Keep your seat, Miss Liza Jane
Hold right to the sleigh

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