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Thread #150417   Message #3508484
Posted By: Richie
24-Apr-13 - 10:19 PM
Thread Name: Origins: Child Ballads: US Versions Part 5
Subject: RE: Origins: Child Ballads: US Versions Part 5
The jazz version by Tom Archia- Cabbage Head part 2 has the word,
"voutieoreenie" in the famous rolling pin verse-- I couldn't undertand what "Doc" Jo Jo Adams was singing. Here's the verse with my footnote:

She said, "Be 'shamed you fool, you drunken old fool,
Well honey can't you see?
That ain't nothin' but a rolling pin,
That your grandpa made for me.

I said, "I've travelled this world for many miles,
And I hope to travel some more.
But I'll be dogged if I ever saw a rolling pin,
With a voutieoreenie on it before. [1]

1. usually it's: balls on it. In this case Luigi Monge and David Evans have "voutieoreenie" what ever that it- haha.

What is "voutieoreenie"? Here's the link to my transcription:
http://bluegrassmessengers.com.temp.realssl.com/cabbage-head-part-1--2--tom-archia-tx-il-1948-.aspx

Richie