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SAYING

AIN'T NOTHIN' GROWIN' BUT JOHNSON GRASS AND THE CHURCH
OF CHRIST.

Submitter comment: MRS. YOUNG HEARD THIS PHRASE ABOUT 10 YEARS AGO IN MIDDLE
TENNESSEE. SHE SAYS THAT EVERYBODY BACK HOME (MONTGOMERY
COUNTY) USES THIS PHRASE. I HAD ASKED HER IF SHE KNEW ANY
CLARKSVILLE SAYINGS (THIS WAS ON JULY 25, 1968).

Where learned: TENNESSEE ; CLARKSVILLE ; ROUTE 3 ; CARDINAL LANE

Subject headings: PROVERB -- Proverbial Metaphor
PROVERB -- Blason Populaire

Date learned: 07-25-1968

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