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Hot Lava

Hot Lava was a game played by my younger sister and me on rainy
days. It consisted of remaining on some object while trying to reach
the other side of the house. Pillows, rugs, furniture, and each other
were used to accomplish this. If the floor was touched, the person
who touched it would be melted by the "hot lava," and die.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; SAGINAW

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Special Object or Implement

Date learned: 00001978CA

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