FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
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    T:Swing And Turn, Jubilee
    C:Traditional, Kentucky Play-Party Song
    C:Transposed for NAF by Robert Gatliff
    M:2/4
    L:1/4
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    W:All out on the old railroad,
    W:All out on the sea;
    W:All out on the old railroad,
    W:Far as I could see.
    W:
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:
    W:Hardest work I ever done,
    W:Workin' on the farm,
    W:Easiest work I ever done,
    W:Swingin' my true love's arm.
    W:
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:
    W:If I had a needle and thread,
    W:As fine as I could sew,
    W:I'd sew my true love to my side
    W:And down this creek I'd go.
    W:
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:
    W:If I had no horse to ride,
    W:I'd be found a-callin'
    W:Up and down this rocky road
    W:Lookin' for my darlin'.
    W:
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:
    W:Coffee grows on a white oak tree,
    W:Sugar runs in brandy,
    W:Girls are sweet as a lump of gold,
    W:Boys as sweet as candy.
    W:
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
    W:---- Swing and turn, Jubilee,
    W:---- Live and learn, Jubilee.
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