HARRY BELAFONTE


Springfield Mountain (to-roo-de-nay) Lyrics

On Springfield mountain there did dwell
A handsome youth I knew him well
This handsome youth one day did go
Down to the meadow for to mow

Tu-rudy-nay, tu-rudy-new, tu-rudy-nay-tu-rudy-new
Tu-rudy-nay, tu-rudy-new, tu-rudy-nay-tu-rudy-new

He had not mowed quite 'round the field
When a poison serpent bit his heel
They took him home to Molly dear
Which made him feel so very queer

Tu-rudy-nay, tu-rudy-new, tu-rudy-nay-tu-rudy-new
Tu-rudy-nay, tu-rudy-new, tu-rudy-nay-tu-rudy-new

Now Molly had two ruby lips
With which the poison she did sip
But Molly had a rotten tooth
And so the poison killed them both

Tu-rudy-nay, tu-rudy-new, tu-rudy-nay-tu-rudy-new
Tu-rudy-nay, tu-rudy-new, tu-rudy-nay-tu-rudy-new

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