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MEDICINE BELIEF

STY, STY, LEAVE MY EYE.
GO TO THE NEXT ONE PASSING BY.

Submitter comment: WHEN RETURNING FROM THE STORE, MISS MEADOWS CALLED ME OVER TO
HER PORCH WHERE SHE WAS SITTING. SHE INFORMED ME THAT SHE
HAD NOTICED MY STY AND THEN PROCEEDED TO GIVE ME A REMEDY
THAT WAS SURE TO WORK. OF COURSE, I DIDN'T TAKE HER SERIOUSLY.
BUT I DECIDED TO TRY IT ANYWAY. THE OUTCOME: MY STY WAS
STILL THERE THREE DAYS LATER.

Where learned: BUFFALO ; NEW YORK

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Belief C860.760

Date learned: 07-00-1969

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