Unknown Artist - I'm Going Back To Dixie / Evening Time At Pumpkin Center album flac
- Album: I'm Going Back To Dixie / Evening Time At Pumpkin Center
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|A||I'm Going Back To Dixie|
|B||Evening Time At Pumpkin Center|
I think I'm going back To the things I learnt so well in my youth I think I'm returning to Those days when I was young enough to know the truth.
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I wanna go back to Dixie Take me back to dear ol' Dixie That's the only li'l ol' place for li'l ol' me Ol' times there are not forgotten Whuppin' slaves and sellin' cotton And waitin' for the Robert E. Lee (It was never there on time) I'll go back to the Swanee Where pellagra makes you scrawny And. the Honeysuckle clutters up the vine I really am a-fixin' To go home and start a-mixin' Down below that Mason-Dixon line. Dixie by Unknown Artist. Songs by Tom Lehrer Tom Lehrer.
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