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Carolina Blue Tail Fly - The Village Stompers - Around The World With


1964
Label: Epic - LN 24109 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
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It regained currency as a folk song in the s at the beginning of the American folk music revival and has since become a popular children's song. Over the years, several variants have appeared. Most versions include some idiomatic African Englishalthough sanitized General American versions now predominate. The basic narrative remains intact.

On the surface, the song is a black slave 's lament over his white master 's death in a horseriding accident. The song, however, can be—and is—interpreted as having a subtext of celebration about that death [3] [4] and of the slave's having contributed to it through deliberate negligence [5] [6] or even deniable action.

When I was young I us'd to wait On Massa and hand Carolina Blue Tail Fly - The Village Stompers - Around The World With de plate; Pass down de bottle when he git dry, And bresh away de blue tail fly. Den arter dinner massa sleep, He bid dis niggar vigil keep; An' when he gwine to shut his eye, He tell me watch de blue tail fly. An' when he ride in de arternoon, I foller wid a hickory broom; De poney being berry shy When bitten by de blue tail fly.

One day he rode aroun' de farm, De flies so numerous dey did swarm; One chance to bite 'im on the thigh, De debble take dat blu tail fly. De poney run, he jump an' pitch, An' tumble massa in de ditch; He died, an' de jury wonder'd why De verdic was de blue tail fly.

Dey laid 'im under a 'simmon tree, His epitaph am dar to see: 'Beneath this stone I'm forced to lie, All by de means ob de blue tail fly. Ole massa gone, now let 'im rest, Dey say all tings am for de best; I nebber forget till de day I die, Ole massa an' dat blue tail fly.

De hornet gets in your eyes an nose, De skeeter bites y'e through your close, De gallinipper sweeten high, But wusser yet de blue tail fly. When I was young, I used to Relay - The Who - Zaragoza, ES - 29.07.06 On Massa's table an hand de plate; I'de pass de bottle when he dry, An brush away de blue tail fly.

Den arter dinner massa sleep, He bid me vigilance to keep; An when he gwine to shut he eye, He tell me watch de blue tail fly. When he ride in de arternoon, I foller wid a hickory broom; De poney being berry shy, When bitten by de blue tail fly. One day he rode aroun de farm, De flies so numerous did swarm; One chance to bite 'im on de thigh, De debble take dat blue tail fly.

De poney run, he jump, an pitch, An tumble massa in de ditch; He died, an de Jury wonder why, De verdict was, de "blue tail fly. Dey laid 'im under a simmon tree, His epitaph am dar to see; Beneath dis stone I'm forced to lie, All by de means ob de blue tail fly.

Ole Massa's gone, now let him rest, Dey say all tings am for de best; I neber shall forget till de day I die, Ole Massa an de blue tail fly. Ole Massa well a-day. When I was home, I used to wait On Massa—han' him roun' de plate; I pass'd de bottle when he was dry, An' brush'd away de blue-tail fly. De pony jump'd, he rear'd, he pitch'd, He tumbled Massa in a ditch; De wonder was he didn't die, When bitten by de blue-tail fly.

Dey buried him 'neath a simmon tree; His paragraph is dere, you'll see; Beneath de shade he's forced to lie, All by de means ob de blue-tail fly. Ole Massa's dead, so let him res'; Dey say all tings is for de bes'. I shall neber forget to de day I die, Ole Massa an' de blue-tail fly.

I f you should go in summer time, To Souf Carolina sultra clime, [15] And in de shade you chance to lie, You'll soon find but dat blue tail fly. Jim crack corn I don't care! Jim crack corn! I don't care. For massa me gave away. When I was young I Carolina Blue Tail Fly - The Village Stompers - Around The World With to wait, On massa's table and hand de plate, I'd pass the bottle when he dry, An brush away de blue tail fly.

When ole massa take his sleep, He bid dis nigga sight to keep, And when he gows to shut his eye, He tell me watch dat blue tail fly. Ole massa ride in arternoon, I follow arter wid a hickory broom, De pony he is bery shy, Kase he bitten by de blue tail fly. De pony run dar jump an pitch, He trowed ole massa in the ditch, He died an de Jury all did cry, Dat de verdict was de blue tail fly.

Ole massa's dead now let him rest, Dey say all tings am for de best, I nebber shall forget till the day I die, Ole massa and de blue tail fly. When I was young I used to wait On Massa and hand him de plate; Pass down de bottle when he get dry, And brush away de blue-tail fly. Den arter dinner massa sleep, He bid dis niggar vigil keep; An' when he gwine to shut his eye, He tell me watch de blue-tail fly.

An' Quando È LOra Di Fare La Nanna - Various - 8° Zecchino DOro he ride in de arternoon, I foller wid a hickory broom; De poney being berry shy, When bitten by de blue-tail fly. One day he rode around de farm, De flies so numerous dey did swarm; One chance to bite him on the thigh De debble take dat blue-tail fly.

Dey laid 'im under a 'simmon tree, His epitaph am dar to see: 'Beneath dis stone I'm forced to lie, All by de means ob de blue-tail fly. If you should go, in summer time, To South Carolinar's sultry clime, An' in de shade you chance to lie, You'll soon find out de blue tail fly.

An' scratch 'um wid a briar too. Dar's many kind ob curious tings, From different sort ob inseck springs; Some hatch in June an' some July, But Augus fotches de blue tail fly. When I was young I used to wait On massa table and hand de plate I'd pass de bottle when he dry, Den brush away de blue tail fly.

Den arter dinner massa sleeps, He bid dis nigga vigils keeps; An' when he gwine to shut his eye, He tell me watch de blue tail fly. When he ride in de arternoon, I foller wid a hickory brom; De pony being berry shy, When bitten by de blue tail fly.

One day he rode aroun de farm, De flies so numerous did swarm, One chance to bite 'im on de thigh, De debil take de blue tail fly. De pony run he jump an pitch, An' tumbl'd massa in de ditch; He died and de jury wondered why— De verdic was de blue tail fly. Dey laid him under a 'simmon tree, His epitaph am dere to see 'Beneath Carolina Blue Tail Fly - The Village Stompers - Around The World With stone I'm forced to lie, All by de means ob de blue tail fly.

Ole massa's gone, now let 'im rest, Dey say all tings am for de best; I neber shall forget till de day I die, Ole massa an' dat blue tail fly. De hornet gets in your eyes and nose, De skeeter bite you troo your clothes; De yalla nipper sweeten high, But wusser yet de blue tail fly. When I was young, I useter to wait Behine ole marster, han' he plate, An' pass de bottle when he dry, An' bresh Frágil Com Amor - Paulo Gonzo - Colecção dat blue-tail fly.

The first verses usually establish that the singer was initially a house slave. This is possibly the blue bottle fly [26] Calliphora vomitoria [27] or Protophormia terraenovaebut probably the mourning horsefly Tabanus atratusa bloodsucking pest with a blue-black abdomen [28] found throughout the American South. A coroner's jury is convened to investigate the master's death, or the singer is criminally charged with that death, but owing to the "blue-tail fly," the slave escapes culpability.

The chorus can be mystifying to modern listeners, but its straightforward meaning is that someone is roughly milling "cracking" the old master's corn in preparation for turning it into hominy [33] or liquor. In the 19th century, the singer was often considered mournful and despondent at his master's death; in the 20th, celebratory: "Jimmy Crack Corn" has been called "the baldest, most loving account of the master's demise" in American song. The debate has been further muddled by changes to the refrain over time.

Throughout the 19th century, the lines referred to "Jim", [2] "Jim Crack", [12] or "Jim Crack Corn" [37] and lacked any conjunction across the line's caesura ; following the rise of highly- syncopated musical genres such as ragtime and jazzanaptyxis converted the name to "Jimmy" or "Jimmie" and the "and" appeared, both putting more stress on their measures' backbeat. This has obscured some of the possible original meanings: some have argued that—as "Jim" was a generic name for slaves in minstrel songs—the song's "Jim" was the same person as its blackface narrator: Speaking about himself in the 3rd person or repeating his new masters' commands in apostrophehe has no concern with his Spend The Night With Me - Silver Convention - Love In A Sleeper to a field hand now that his old master is dead.

Another now-obscured possible meaning derives from jim crack being eye dialect [40] for gimcrack "worthless" [38] [41] : [43] The narrator is so overcome with emotion be it pleasure or sorrow that he has no concern at all about his gimcrack cracked corn, his substandard rations.

Other suppositions include that "cracking" or "cracking corn" referred to the now-obsolete English and Appalachian slang meaning "to gossip" or "to sit around chitchatting"; [47] that the singer is resting from his oversight duties and allowing Jim to steal corn or corn liquor; that "Jim Crack" is simply a synonym for " Jim Crow " by means of the dialectical "crack" to reference the crake ; or that it is all code for the old master "Jim" cracking his "corn" skull open during his fall.

The version of the song published in London singularly has the lyrics "Jim Crack com'", which could refer to a poor Southern cracker [48] presumably an overseer or new owner or a minced oath for Jesus Christ thus referencing indifference at the Judgment Day ; the same version explicitly makes the fly's name a wordplay on the earlier minstrel hit " Long Tail Blue ", about a horse.

A number of racehorses have been named "Jim Crack" or "Blue Tail Fly" and, in at least one earlyth century variant of the song, it's given as the name of the horse that killed the master, [49] but that is not a common element of the song. Another uncommon variant appeared in the Songs of Ireland published in New York: it has the slave being given away by the master.

Explanations of the song based upon "jimmy" or "jimmie" being slaves' slang for crows or mules here Carolina Blue Tail Fly - The Village Stompers - Around The World With allowed into the old master's corn fields instead of being chased away or deriving "jimmy" from "gimme" are unsupported by the existing records. Pete Seegerfor instance, is said to have maintained that the original lyrics were "gimme cracked corn" and referred to a punishment in which a slave's bacon rations were curtailedleaving him chickenfeed; [50] [53] the same lines could also just be asking for the whiskey jug to be passed around.

The idea that Jim or Jimmy is "cracking open" a jug of whiskey is similarly unsupported: that phrasal verb is attested at least as early as [54] but initially applied to literal ruptures; its application to opening the cap or cork of a bottle of alcohol was a later development. The present song is generally credited to Dan Emmett 's Virginia Minstrels[10] whose shows in New York City in the mids helped raise One More Kiss, Dear - Vangelis - Blade Runner to national attention.

Abraham Lincoln was an admirer of the tune, calling Charon - Audrey Horne - Audrey Horne "that buzzing song".

Throughout the 19th century, it was usually accompanied by the harmonica or by humming which mimicked the buzzing of the fly which on at least one occasion was noted disrupting the parliament of VictoriaAustralia.

Lincoln would ask his friend Ward Lamon to sing and play it on his banjo [61] and likely played along on his harmonica. It then became Carolina Blue Tail Fly - The Village Stompers - Around The World With of the general Folk Revival through the '50s and early '60s before losing favor to more politically-charged fare, as parodied by Tom Lehrer 's " Folk Song Army ".

A Time article averred Carolina Blue Tail Fly - The Village Stompers - Around The World With "instead of The song has also occurred as instrumentals :. Seeger maintained that the song's subtext gave it a social justice element [50] but began with 's American Folksongs for Children to perform and market the work as a children's sing-along.

Usually under the name "Jimmy Crack Corn", it remains common at campfires and summer camps. It's a beautiful town With the rain coming down Blackberry, rosemary, Jimmy-crack-corn. Jim crack corn, I don't care From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Blue Tail Fly. This article may contain indiscriminateexcessiveor irrelevant examples.

Please improve the article by adding more descriptive text and removing less pertinent examples. See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for further suggestions. March This section may contain indiscriminateexcessiveor irrelevant examples.

October Cover versions and musical cameos. Film and television. American Dad! The Ballad of the Sad Cafe : Miss Amelia Vanessa Redgrave sings the song in an opening scene, contrasting her secular nature with the local preacher Rod Steiger 's rendition of the spiritual " In the Garden ". Inside Llewyn Davis : Roland Turner tells Llewyn that he would commit suicide if he had to play the song every night.

Pomfritt's William Schallert Political Science class. Peewee's Big Adventure : Peewee and a hobo sing the song while drinking and riding in an open boxcar ; the tune drives Peewee mad and he jumps from the train. Scrubs : In the second season's eighth episode, Turk impersonates Neil Diamond singing the song. Whose Line is it Anyway? Animation and comics.


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