|Black Girl (1917)
|Published in 1917 by Cecil Sharp.— Excerpted from In the Pines on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.|
The first printed version (1917):
- Black girl, black girl, don't lie to me
- Where did you stay last night?
- I stayed in the pines where the sun never shines
- And shivered when the cold wind blows
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