America's Civil War

Don’t Fiddle Around

on a much smaller scale west of the Mississippi than in other theaters, although that in no. A small Confederate battle flag, sheet music cover, and hand-written slogans adorn the case’s exterior, including a notice that reads: “The last song any Yank will hear ever! I’ll play this fiddle for any Yankee Bastard.”

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