I Wish I was a Single Girl Again, Sheet Music 04
Two leaves with preprinted staff lines handwritten in carbon on the front sides. The leaves were glued together, one above the other. The document was laminated. There is lamination-related creasing on the document. There is a moderate tear at the middle left edge. There are staple holes at the upper left corner. There is a boxed "A" stamped in blue ink at the upper left corner. There is a date stamped in black ink at the left upper edge. There is a check mark at the lower right corner. The document is a carbon duplicate.
Folk songs, American Married people -- Songs and music Mothers -- Songs and music Poverty -- Songs and music Regret -- Songs and music
The Single Girl. I Wish I Were Single Again. A Drunkard. The Drunkard's Wife. A Married Woman's Lament. I'm Satisfied. When I was Single. I Wish I Were a Single Girl Again
W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Appalachian State University
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