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"Copper Kettle" (also known as "Get you a Copper Kettle", "In the pale moonlight") is a song composed by Albert Frank Beddoe and made popular by Joan Baez. Pete Seeger's account dates the song to , mentioning its probable folk origin, while in a Time readers column A. F. Beddoe says that the song was written by him in as part of the folk opera Go Lightly, Stranger.
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Get you a copper kettle And get you a copper coil Cover with new cut corn mash And never more you'll toil. Chorus: You just lay there by the juniper While the moon is .
A little further research established that Bob Gibson’s album Yes I See, with the song Copper Kettle credited to the same author Joan Baez had credited it to—“Frank Beddoe”—which Gibson’s daughter Meridian dated to , one year before Joan released her album with the same song—was actually first released in