Straw Foot

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  1. hey foot, straw foot low we lay 'em down hey foot, straw foot up an' back around see the high priest he took my place when the judge looks to me he saw his son's face not gonna join you in your tower of babble, boy tired o' that talkin' i'm sick o' that noise hey foot, straw foot Low we lay 'em down hey foot, straw foot Coverin' ground i'm not.
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  3. Straw Foot Lyrics: I guess you didn't hear me / When I told you for the first time / Well don't you worry / It won't be the last / All I need a floorboard / An' a wooden shoe / Step aside an' let my.
  4. Hay foot, straw foot When my sisters and I were young, our mother used to read us a Wonder Book called "The Make Believe Parade," written by Jan Margo and illustrated by Eloise Wilkin. It was a very simple story about children dressed up as a policeman, a fireman, a teacher, a nurse and so on, all marching off to school in the rain.
  5. Search straw foot and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso. You can complete the definition of straw foot given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster.
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  8. General Comment Hay foot (not hey, but whatever) straw foot, is an old term from the army, back when few people new left from right, they would tie hay to one foot and call out "Hay foot straw foot" instead of "left, right". I beleive the term Hay foot then came to mean someone who is "green" or inexperienced. Hospitaller on August 01, Link.

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