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Why is Granny humming again at the end of "Blues Ain't No Mockin Bird"?

A) She is angry at the cameramen.
B) She is glad Grandaddy got rid of the cameramen. ***
C) She always hums when she makes rum cakes.

  1. Reed

    I agree

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