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  1. Yocage says:
    Miller's most famous song in this genre was Eleven Cent Cotton, Forty Cent Meat. He recorded it in various formats. Miller talked his way through a two-part, six-minute version for Columbia; the version included here, made for Crown in , was accompanied by Clayton McMichen's band.
  2. Doshakar says:
    Eleven Cent Cotton. Rise Up Singing: Farm & Prairie. p. Alternate Title: Seven Cent Cotton and Forty Cent Meat. First Line: Leven cent cotton, forty cent meat. Artist & Tune. Composed by: Bob Miller. Emma Dermer. Rec/Performed by: Pete Seeger. Version by Pete Seeger. Version by Jim Lauderdale.
  3. Shaktimi says:
    Lyrics to 'Eleven Cent Cotton' by Porter Wagoner. 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 .
  4. Fauzshura says:
    BOB MILLER ’Leven Cent Cotton Forty Cent Meat. B.A.C.M. 24 songs from the s and 30s from this prolific songwriter/singer and political commentator. Wide variety of styles and genres - from comedy to topical story songs.
  5. Mot says:
    With five cent cotton and forty cent meat! Ain't no use a-talkin', we're gonna make a change, There's always a liniment for every mangy. The liniment for hard times is castin' my vote.
  6. Faem says:
    Eleven Cent Cotton Wagoner/Stuart NOTE: In the first verse, don't play the B7. In all other verses, it's played. INTRO: E E Eleven cent cotton and a forty cent meat E How in the world can a poor man eat E Mule's up high, cotton down low B7 E How in the world in the world can they raise the dough CHORUS: A E Take me back, take me back B7 E Take me back to my old Carolina home Eleven cent cotton.
  7. Mohn says:
    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.
  8. Faukree says:
    Granada Publishing Limited Published in by Panther Books Ltd Frogmore, St Albans, Herts AL2 2NF Reprinted , (twice), , First published in Great Britain by .

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