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Eleven Cent Cotton Forty Cent Meat-Part 2

2 Oct

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  1. Eleven Cent Cotton and Forty Cent Meat, Pt. 1 (Recorded ) - Bob Ferguson Featured on Early Country Songs, Vol. 5 (Legendary Bluegrass Artists) [Recorded ].
  2. Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat How in the world can a poor man eat Flour up high and cotton down low How in the world can we raise any dough Clothes worn out, shoes urn down Old slouch hat with a hole in the crown Back nearly broken and fingers all sore Cotton gone down to rise no more Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat How in the world can a.
  3. Seven Cent Cotton and Forty Cent Meat is an American song of the Great Depression, which was published in by Bob Miller and Emma Dermer. The song details the experiences of a cotton farmer during the Great Depression when the price of cotton fell so low that cotton farming could no longer provide basic necessities.
  4. 11 Cent Cotton, 40 Cent Meat Various Artists Play on Napster. Song. 11 Cent Cotton, 40 Cent Meat Various Artists Play on Napster. Released: Mar Label: Pablo Records Facebook Twitter Songs. Disc 1. Play 1. The Boll Weevil. Play 2. Patriotic Diggers. Play 3. London's Bridge Is Falling Down. Play 4. Risselty Rosselty. Play 5. Old Gray Mare.
  5. With eleven-cent cotton and forty-cent meat. PART 2 7. Funny how prices make such a range! The poor old farmer is always shortchanged. Forty-cent meat, eleven-cent cotton, Makes a fellow mad when he's treated so rotten. We fatten up our hogs, take 'em into town. All we get is six cents a pound. Very next day we have to buy it back At forty cents a pound in a paper sack. 8. Eleven-cent cotton, .
  6. Dec 31,  · Episode Air Date: December 31, Artist: Uncredited Recording Title: The Laughing Record Yup there it is. You know that feeling you get whether you’re in church, or a meeting, or somewhere where you really shouldn’t be laughing?
  7. Eleven cent cotton and a forty cent meat How in the world can a poor man eat Mule's up high, cotton down low How in the world in the world can they. View full lyrics.
  8. Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat, How in the world can a poor man eat? Mules in the barn, no crops laid by, Corn crib empty and the cow's gone dry. Well water low, nearly out of sight, Can't take a bath on Saturday night. No use talking, any man is beat With seven cent cotton and forty cent meat. Seven cent cotton and eight dollar pants.
  9. Eleven cent cotton (Primary title) Victor catalog (Vi V) Eleven cent cotton and forty cent meat (Primary title) Disc label (RDI) (B) Authors and Composers Notes; Emma Dermer: Bob Miller: Composer information source: Disc label. Personnel Notes Hide Additional Titles; Vernon Dalhart (vocalist: tenor vocal).

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