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'''GRANNY WILL YOUR DOG BITE? [5]'''. AKA and see "[[Jake Gillie]]/Jake Gilly." The tune was recorded by the Floyd County (Va.) Ramblers in the 1920's and was known to the band as "[[Jake Gillie]]/Jake Gilly", states Tom Carter (1975). The record company released it under this erroneous title.
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GRANNY WILL YOUR DOG BITE? [5]. AKA and see "Jake Gillie/Jake Gilly." The tune was recorded by the Floyd County (Va.) Ramblers in the 1920's and was known to the band as "Jake Gillie/Jake Gilly", states Tom Carter (1975). The record company released it under the erroneous "Granny...Dog Bite" title.

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