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Austin State University, wins the gold star for assistance given in putting Singin' Texas together. Dan is a classical concert pianist who doubles in jazz and boogie and presently is involved in mind-boggling musical experiments in computer composing. He wrote this music from my singing, and the badbut naturalthing about singing these songs is that you don't sing them the same way twice. Dan is a man of infinite patience and energy and he has my long-lived gratitude for these and other labors he has performed in my behalf.
I won't wear yellow, I'll be ashamed of my fellow;" "Will you wear brown, my dear, oh dear? '' "I won't wear brown, for I live in town;" "Will you wear black, my dear, oh dear? " "I won't wear black, for I'd want to go back;" "Will you wear white, my dear, oh dear? "' I have never encountered it as such. Owens might have been referring to "Jenny Jenkins" ancestor "Jennie Jones," which has been a dramatic game song for several hundred years. " The story of the song was a sad one. A young man comes courting Janet, his jo, or love (joie, joy), but is turned away by her mother.
Texas children like the idea of marching with a duke and his soldiers. Page 15 The grand old Duke of York, He had ten thousand men, He marched them up and down the hill, And marched them back again. And when they were up they were up, And when they were down they were down, And when they were only half way up, They were neither up or down. The Carrion Crow Next to beat in importance is sound. The love of word and phrase sounds is as strong in children as it was in their Renaissance forbears, and children's songs are filled with tricks of soundrhyme, alliteration, onomotopoeiathat surprise the child into amusement and laughter.
Singin' Texas by Francis Edward Abernethy