"If you ain't got that dough re mi". During a three hour radio session with Alan Lomax, telling stories while illustrating on guitar. Cut as a pilot for a radio series but never broadcasted. Came out on Rounder triple cd. Recorded it for RCA Victor one month later (released on album Dust Bowl Ballads, 2 x 3 78's - see also: Vigilante Man). Melody based upon Hang Out The Front Door Key, like his Jackhammer Blues was based upon Brown's Ferry Blues, It Takes A Married Man on Cannonball Blues, End Of My Line on Cumberland Gap, Song Of The Coulee Dam on On Top Of Old Smoky and Pastures Of Plenty on the melody of Pretty Polly. See also: Goodnight Irene, John Hardy, Muleskinner Blues, So Long (It's Been Good To Know Ya), Philadelphia Lawyer, This Land Is Your Land, Union Maid and Wildwood Flower.
Not to be confused with Lee Dorsey's Do Re Mi and certainly not with Julie Andrews' from The Sound Of Music.