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Fogyism

This song is by Ida Cox and appears on the compilation album Ida Cox Vol. 4 1927-1938 (1995).

Why do people believe in some old sign?
Why do people believe in some old sign?
To hear a hoot owl holler, someone is surely dyin'

Some will break a mirror, cry bad luck for seven years
Some will break a mirror, cry bad luck for seven years
And if a black cat crosses them, they'll break right down in tears

To dream of muddy water, trouble is knockin' at your door
To dream of muddy water, trouble is knockin' at your door
Your man is sure to leave you, and never return no more

When your man come home evil, tell you you are getting old
When your man come home evil, tell you you are getting old
That's a true sign he's got someone else bakin' his jelly roll

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