Are you from Dixie? : ’cause I’m from Dixie too / music by George L. Cobb ; words by Jack Yellen.
AuthorComposer:Cobb, George L., 1886-1942
Author of Text:Yellen, Jack, 1892-1991
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SubjectAmericans -- Southern States -- Songs and music; Southern States -- Songs and music; Popular music -- United States -- 1911-1920; Songs with piano; Americans -- Southern States -- Pictorial works; Men -- Southern States -- Pictorial works; Plantation owners -- Southern States -- Pictorial works; Plantation life -- Pictorial works; Cotton farmers -- Pictorial works; Agricultural laborers -- African Americans -- Pictorial works; Dwellings -- Pictorial works
For voice and piano.Caption title.Advertising includes musical incipits.Cover illustration: In the foreground are two men, one dressed as a Southerner the other as a Northerner about to shake hands; in the background is a plantation scene of African Americans, men and women, working in a cotton field with the plantation house in the distance / Starmer
PublisherM. Witmark & Sons
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-textHello there stranger! How do you do?
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-chorusAre you from Dixie? I said from Dixie!
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