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Things are only at the badly-scaring stage so far — no one's out and out terrified. "
An out and out country tune (the song was later covered by Toby Keith and made the Billboard Country Chart) the song was especially notable on the subsequent tour for Sting's practice of allowing audience members to get on stage to sing along during the performance.
Ellen Ross was as smart a gal as ever was raised in these clearings – her parents were old country folks, and she had most grand larning, and was out and out a regular first-rater.
But in any case, Mrs. Rosenbaum was an out and out Communist.