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ROCKY ROAD CINDY. AKA and see "I Get My Whiskey from Rockingham." Old-Time, Breakdown. USA, north Georgia. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB.

Where'd you get your whiskey, where'd you get your dram?
I got it from a little girl way down in Rockingham.

Refrain:
Rocky Road Cindy, rocky road to town,
Rocky Road Cindy, way down in Rockingham.

I went down to Rockingham, I did not go to stay,
I fell in love with a pretty girl and I could not get away.

Lips as red as a red rose, her hair was huckleberry brown,
The sweetest girl I ever saw, way down in Rockingham.

First I kissed Cindy once and then I kissed her twice,
I'll tell you where I kissed her, gonna kiss her there tonight. ... (Kuntz)


Additional notes

Source for notated version: - Jay Ungar (New York) [Kuntz].

Printed sources : - Kuntz (Ragged but Right), 1987; pp. 335-336.

Recorded sources: - County 507, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers - "Old-Time Fiddle Classics." Philo 1023, Jay Ungar and Lyn Hardy - "Songs, Ballads and Fiddle Tunes" (1975. Learned from Earl Johnson's late 1920's recording).



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