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According to this interpretation, the lyrics address Tucker directly.
Other verses appear that do not go along with the main narrative.
Another version, sung by Charles Edward Carpenter—a Lawrenceburg, Tennessee business man and World War II Veteran (born in Crewstown, TN)—to his children and grandchildren in Middle Tennessee during the mid- to late 1900s speaks of Old Dan Tucker's love of a hard drink.
The last line appears to have been sung in the first person ("Oh my goodness, what'll I do?
The song has been alleged to refer to the notorious Daniel Tucker (1575-1625) of Jamestown, Virginia, and Bermuda.
The music may be from the oral tradition or may have been a product of collaboration.