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This has to be one of the oddest songs the Dead ever covered. It appeared a few times in acoustic sets in 1970. It was also recorded by Pigpen for an unreleased solo album.

Lyrics By
Lightin' Hopkins
Music By
Lightin' Hopkins
Lyrics

Well she's little and she's low, right down on the ground
You know she's little and she's low, right down on the ground
You know the way she acts makes a rabbit hug a hound

And she's mine, she's mine, she's mine, she's mine
She's mine, she's little and low, crippled and she's blind

Everybody's laughin' at me where I go
'Cause I lead my old lady down the road
But she's mine, she's mine
Well she's mine, she little and low, crippled and she's blind

She's alright, make me feel so good
She's alright, make me feel so good
Yes if I didn't know
The woodpecker wouldn't be pecking no wood

Well, she's little and she's low again, right down on the ground
She's little and she's low, right down on the ground
You know, the way she acts make a rabbit hug a hound

She's still my baby, she feels so good
Yes, she's mine, she's little and low, crippled and she's blind

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  • She's Mine
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    Well she's little and she's low, right down on the ground
    You know she's little and she's low, right down on the ground
    You know the way she acts makes a rabbit hug a hound

    And she's mine, she's mine, she's mine, she's mine
    She's mine, she's little and low, crippled and she's blind

    Everybody's laughin' at me where I go
    'Cause I lead my old lady down the road
    But she's mine, she's mine
    Well she's mine, she little and low, crippled and she's blind

    She's alright, make me feel so good
    She's alright, make me feel so good
    Yes if I didn't know
    The woodpecker wouldn't be pecking no wood

    Well, she's little and she's low again, right down on the ground
    She's little and she's low, right down on the ground
    You know, the way she acts make a rabbit hug a hound

    She's still my baby, she feels so good
    Yes, she's mine, she's little and low, crippled and she's blind

    This has to be one of the oddest songs the Dead ever covered. It appeared a few times in acoustic sets in 1970. It was also recorded by Pigpen for an unreleased solo album.