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Folk Song

X:1 T:He Ain't Gonna Jump No More N:Tune "John Brown's Body" N:One version of many N:“packer” – the young woman who packs parachutes. The parachutist’s life depends N:on the skill of the packer. N:“tarmac” – slang for runway. N:“four-by-two” – a piece of cotton cloth, 4 inches by 2 inches (10cm by 5cm), small N:enough to pull through the barrel of a rifle to clean it. %[optional fields] Z:Webmaster W:1 The S.A.S. were jumping out at forty thousand feet; W:The S.A.S. were jumping out at forty thousand feet; W:The S.A.S. were jumping out at forty thousand feet; W:He Ain't Gonna Jump No More W: W:2 The packer tied a love knot in the sergeant’s parachute; W: W:3 The sergeant was the last to jump, the first to hit the ground; W: W:4 They scraped him off the tarmac like a lump of strawberry jam; W: W:5 They wrapped him up in four-by-two and sent him home to Mum; W: W:6 She put him on the mantelpiece for everyone to see; W: W:7 They buried him in a matchbox but he slipped out through the cracks. % % % % %

					
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