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Lyr Req: Cornbread and Chitlings (Keestone Family.

12 Apr 00 - 01:24 AM (#210483)
Subject: Cornbread&Chitlings Everly/King/Campbell
From: Dale Rose

Here is an interesting research project. Who knows of, or better yet HAS a 45 copy of Cornbread & Chitlings (b/w Melodrama) by the Keestone Family Singers, Calliope 6505, c.1961? This was apparently a one of a kind collaboration by Carole King, Phil Everly, and Glen Campbell. Any help will certainly be appreciated.


06 Dec 03 - 05:55 PM (#1066952)
Subject: RE: Cornbread&Chitlings Everly/King/Campbell
From: The Fooles Troupe

"That Bread, That Bread, Gonna Rise Again"


31 Dec 03 - 10:58 AM (#1083181)
Subject: RE: Cornbread&Chitlings Everly/King/Campbell
From: GUEST


08 Sep 12 - 06:36 PM (#3401819)
Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Cornbread and Chitlings (Keestone Family.
From: GUEST,999

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pjtJkEKG8s

You can hear the three sing it on YouTube at that link.


20 Aug 17 - 10:20 PM (#3872868)
Subject: Lyr Add: CORNBREAD AND CHITLINGS (Keestone Family.
From: Jim Dixon

CORNBREAD AND CHITLINGS
(Glen D. Hardin)
As recorded by the Keestone Family Singers, 1962.

CHORUS: Avez-vous un Baltimore, you all? Comme ci comme ša.
La la la la la la la la la la la la la.
Cornbread and chitlings, a jug of mountain dew.
Lots of rest in the {plaza press?} so what are you gonna do?

1. A young man goes to Paris as every young man should.
There's something in the air down there in east Texas that does a young man good.

2. Them Paris girls are pretty wild; if I ever get my way,
I'm gonna marry the one that waits on tables down there at the City Cafe.

3. An old man returns to Paris as every old man must,
And plays dominoes down at the filling station; his dreams have turned to dust.

[A note on YouTube says this song is a parody of the Kingston Trio's 1959 hit, "Raspberries, Strawberries" with the locale switched from Paris, France, to Paris, Texas.]