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MING TOY LOVED A BOY, HAPPY LITTLE JAPANESE;
OOO LONG WAS HIS NAME, SET HER HEART AFLAME;
ONE DAY HE SAY SOON I GOTTA GO AWAY,
WHEN HE LEAVE MING TOY GRIEVE; EVERYBODY HEARD HER SAY_HAY_HAY;
SO LONG, OOO ONG, HOW LONG YOU GONNA BE GONE;
SO DON,T BE TOO LONG, OOO LONG, HURRY BACK HOME;
OH YOU LITTLE JAPANESE. I'LL BE WAITING UNDERNEATH THE BAMBOO TREE;
PLEASE DON,T BE TOO LONG, OOO LONG, HURRY BACK HOME.

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Where learned: MICHIGAN ; ALLEN PARK

Keyword(s): ; Asian ; Chinese ; ETHNIC ; HUMOROUS INTERNAL RHYME ; Japanese ; MUSIC ; RHYME ; SONG ; Tune

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Sorrow Unhappiness

Date learned: 02-02-1972

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BLACK SLAVE BREEDING BELIEF

A SLAVE WHO IS HALF WHITE AND BLACK WAS KNOWN IN THE
SOUTH TO BE THE MOST RELIABLE AND TRUSTWORTHY SLAVE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DEARBORN

James Callow Keyword(s): MISCEGENATION ; NEGRO CAUCASIAN

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Birth
BELIEF -- Marriage

Date learned: 10-00-1968

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