Song: Old Folks at Home
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Also known as "Swanee River", which was a misspelling of Florida's Suwanee River. The name of the river was selected simply because it fit the music and Foster liked how it sounded. It was intended for performance by the blackface musical troupe, Christy's Minstrels who are also credited on the 1851 edition of the sheet music for the song.
|1||Surfin' Down the Swanee River||The Honeys||April 1963|
|1||Fais ce que tu veux||Sylvie Vartan||March 1962|
|1||Swanee River Rock||Ray Charles||September 1957|
|2||Swanee River Rock||Jim Breedlove||March 1958|
|3||Swanee River Rock||Brenda Lee||April 3, 1961|
|4||Swanee River||Hugh Laurie||April 29, 2011|
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