A Feuding And A Fussing And A Fighting

Carters (Mother Maybelle, Helen, Anita, June): A feuding and a fussing and a fighting

June: A feuding and a fussing and a fighting
Sometimes it gets to be exciting
Well, I don’t like them ornery neighbors down by the creek
We’ll be plumb out of neighbors next week

Carters: Grandma, poor Grandma
What happened to poor Grandma

June: She lies ‘neath the clovers
Somebody caught her a bending over
A picking up a daisy

A feuding and a fussing and a fighting
This is a wrong that needs a righting
Let’s give our daughter a pistol now that she’s four
And start a feuding and a fighting some more

Carters: A feuding and a fussing and a fighting

June: Once I had a fellow the cutest you’ve ever seen
He said that he loved me and thought much of me
And that I was his queen
But then the trouble come, my kinfolks on the run

A feuding and a fussing and a fighting
Sometimes it gets to be exciting
Well, I sure would like to go swimming down by the creek
But I’ll be plumb out of fellows next week

I’m Cinderella
And had a fellow
He come here all the way from the city
They caught him in the clover

Somebody ought to have covered that poor man over
Just never got to kiss him

A feuding and a fussing and a fighting
This is a wrong that needs a righting
Let’s get them funeral services over so then
We can start in a feuding again

Carters: A feuding and a fussing and a fighting
June: A feuding and a fussing and a fussing

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