| Composer:|| I. D. K. |
|Lyrics:||Down in de cane brake close by de mill (first line of text)|
Come love come, de boat lies low (first line of chorus)
|Description:||Nancy Till / composed & arranged for the piano forte by I.D.K.|
For voice and piano, with chorus refrain.
At head of title: The favorite Ethiopian melody.
"Written for and sung by White's Serenaders"--Caption.
Sometimes erroneously attributed to Stephen Foster.
Verses 2-4 printed as text on p. 5.
"R. Home Sc."
First line of text: Down in de cane brake close by de mill.
First line of chorus: Come love come, de boat lies low.
Original publication information: 185-?
|Format:||1 score (, 3-5,  p.) ; 34 cm.|
|Subjects:||Popular music--United States--To 1901|
Popular music--Scotland--To 1901
African Americans--Songs and music
Love songs--United States
|Copyright:||Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music|
|OCLC Record ID:||22839523|