Which Hazel

Which Hazel Lyrics Meanings
by The Barbaloots


Which Hazel Lyrics

Two women lived on Tinkers Hill
Both of them named Hazel
Big Hazel plowed and milked the cow
Little Hazel set the table
Big Hazel cleared their land by hand
Built their cabin one afternoon
She'd lift the mule up on a stool
Sweep the barn with a broom

All the chickens look so fine
Little Hazel sewed them tuxedos
They waddle in time in a conga line
Like penguins incognito
Big Hazel's corn grew so high
Little Hazel'd pick it with a ladder
They feed the pigs on sweet corn pie
And tickle them as they grew fatter

Which Hazel do you think is best?
Which Hazel would you marry?
Big Hazel'd do your work for you
There's nothing she can't carry
Do you think they are the marrying kind?

Do you think they might be witches?
Little Hazel can sew the finest clothes
She'll keep you in stitches

Along came two shiftless men
Both were named Teddy
On their knees they said pretty please
We came here for a wedding
Girls you need a mans touch
We're handsome and we're witty
We'd hunt and fish grant every wish
And take you to the city

No thank you said Hazels both
We like our own company
You look the kind, sleeps all the time
You're not farmers it seems
Our hounds they like to lie around
Our pigs are fat and lazy
You know it's true we'd be waiting on you
We're poor but we're not crazy

Little Hazel picked a pretty banjo
Big Hazel played the saw
Ever after you can hear their laughter
In the hills of Arkansas

Little hazel can sew the finest clothes
Big Hazel wears the britches

Writer(s): Michael Cockram
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind

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