Black People : Slavery song outlines universal problems of freedom seekers..

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    Ole Aunt Dinah, she's just like me
    She work so hard she want to be free
    But old Aunt Dinah's gittin' kinda ole
    She's afraid to go to Canada on account of the cold.


    Ole Uncle Jack, now he's a mighty "good nig-ger"
    You tell him that you want to be free for a fac'
    Next thing you know they done stripped the skin off your back.


    Now old Uncle Ned, he want to be free
    He found his way north by the moss on the tree
    He cross that river floating in a tub
    The patateroller give him a mighty close rub.​
     
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    Now i know i read somewhere where some one or some people said our people were ignorant bafoons that were found in africa naked, with no knowledge of anything, especially civilization.

    But they couldn't catch old uncle Ned? Not too mention countless others who got away from them.....?

    But old uncle Ned, he want to be free
    He found his way north by the moss on the tree......

    - Sounds like to me that they kidnapped scientists, mathematicians and builders......and old uncle Ned just happened to have a knowledge of all 3.
     
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