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America, he is my only one; my hope, my pride and joy,
But if I had another, he would march beside his brother;
America, here's my boy.
There's a Long, Long, Trail
(Copyrighted by M. Whitmark & Sons)
There's a long, long trail awinding into' the land of my dreams,
Where the nightingales are singing and a white moon beams;
There's a long, long night of waiting until my dreams all come true;
Till the day when I'll be going down that long, long trail with you.
I Want to Go Back to Michigan
(Copyright 1914, Witterson, Berlin & Snyder Co.)
I want to go back, I want to go back, I want to go back to the farm,
Far away from harm, with a milk pail on my arm;
I miss the rooster, the one that useter wake me up at four A. M.
I think your great big city's very pretty, nevertheless I want to be there,
I want to see there, a certain someone full of charm;
That's why I wish again, that I was in Michigan,
Down on the farm.
(Copyrighted by The John Franklin Music Co.) -
I'm coming back to you, my Hula Lu,
Beside the sea at Waikiki I'll wait for you;
And once again you'll sway my heart away,
With your Yaaka Hula, Hickey Dula tune.
Farewell, farewell to thee,
Thou charming one who dwells among the flowers;
One fond embrace before I now depart
Until we meet again.
I May Be Gone for a Long, Long Time
(Copyrighted by the Broadway Music Corporation)
I may be gone for a long, long time,
Long, long time; long, long time,
But when I go
You will know
That I'll always pine
For the day when you'll be mine.
Be true to me for a long, long time,
Rain or shine, sweetheart mine,
And I'll be just as true to you
As to the Red, White, and Blue,
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