I'M Teddy Bear Freddy - The Fiddler

Poem By Walker Hubert Enlow

I'll tune up my fiddle and
resin up my bow so
get your partners and do-si-do
Join hands and circle left
allemand with your right hand
ladies go gee and gents go haw and
don't forget old Arkansaw

The songs that follow are about the
roads and trees and the birds and
bees - (spelling bees)
Now if you want to hear about these
just listen close on bended knees
and repeat after me
Music maestro please.

Whether you do a one step, two step,
a heel and toe, a waltz, the twist, or
do-si-do, you'll be up and atem so
let's go

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