The James T. Callow Folklore Archive
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This game is played in a circle of people,
each time substituting a new name into the phrase.
The named person must respond immediately--if not,
they must leave the circle.
(all) "Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?"
(leader) "Jennifer stole the cookie from the cookie jar"
(Jennifer) "Who me?"
(leader) "Yes you."
(Jennifer) "Couldn't be"
(leader) "Then who?"
(Jennifer picks a name) "David stole the cookie from the
David must respond and he and Jennifer go back and forth.
The last person remaining is the winner.
|Subject headings:||Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Game Pastime|
Mandy was a Bahama girl (2x's)
(Mandy oh Mandy, Mandy Mine. REFRAIN)
Dark Brown hair and eyes of blue,
love nobody else but you. REFRAIN
Met her on a Saturday night
Was the happiest night of my life. REFRAIN
Married her on Bahama sands
Put a wedding ring on her hand. REFRAIN
Mandy had a little baby
Had a baby just for me. REFRAIN
Baby made my Mandy cry
Cry so hard she was sure to die. REFRAIN
Buried her on Bahama sands
With her wedding ring on her hand. REFRAIN
Mandy was a wife to me
Now she's just a memory. REFRAIN
There's a teardrop in my eye
There to remain until I die. REFRAIN
Along with this song goes the belief that it should only be sung in darkness or at night or it will start to rain.
This song was learned at a Girl Scout Camp at age of fourteen.
Data entry tech comment:
Informant and collector are same person.
|Subject headings:||Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Ballad Epic|