“School Days of Long Ago”


"Still sits the schoolhouse by the road Close by the old oak tree, Where many a boy has took a dose Of grim old hickory tea." The singer describes the strict methods of the old school, and laments the laziness of the students


  1. Randolph 872, "School Days of Long Ago" (1 text)
  2. Roud #7538
  3. BI, R872


Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1927 (Randolph)
Keywords: nonballad
Found in: US(So)