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  1. Newbie
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    Red face 'Follow you down"

    I noticed a closed thread that was not answered correctly. The expression "follow you down" in blues idiom was simply a euphemism for sexual intercourse - as in "Baby let me follow you down' (Rev Gary Davis, Bob Dylan) or "Half a dozen men in this here town would give half a grand in silver just to follow me down" Buffy Sainte Marie

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    Re: 'Follow you down"

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