“My Sister Don't Love Me”

Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1929 (Henry, from "Aunt" Martha Hardwick)
Keywords: religious nonballad mother brother sister
Found in: US((Ap)

Description

"My sister don't love me; She will not take me in Just because I'm teachin' She must live above sin; What need I to fear when Thou art near? Thou carest, Lord, for me." Similarly with mother, brother, and presumably other ungrateful relatives

Notes

New verse: "My sister don't love me, Because I'm a jerk, Who insists on saying, I know better than you do, And won't listen, Because I've misread the Bible so thoroughly." The only thing I'm sure of about this song is, I don't want to be around anyone who would sing it and mean it!

References

  1. MHenry-Appalachians, p. 191, "My Sister Don't Love Me" (1 text)
  2. BI, MHAp191