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17. WHEN THE GREAT RED DAWN IS SHINING.
Tho' I am far across the ocean blue,
Comes back to, back to me,
When the great red dawn is shining,
When the waiting hours are past,
And I see the day at last,
To a heart that is fond and true,
Back to home, back to love, and you. (Copyright, 1917, by J. B. Cramer & Co., Ltd., and published by special arrangt ment with Chappell & Co., Ltd., New York City.)
18. OVER THERE,
(B flat.) Over there, over there, Send the word, send the word over there,
That the Yanks are coming, the Yanks are coming, The drums rum tumming everywhere. So prepare, say a prayer, Send the word, send the word to beware,
We'll be over, we're coming over, And we won't come back till it's over, over there. (Used by permission of William Jerome Publishing Corporation.)
19. I MAY BE GONE FOR A LONG, LONG TIME.
I may be gone for a long, long time,
But when I go
You will know
For the day when you'll be mine.
And I'll be just as true to you
As to the Red, White, and Blue,
Though I'm gone for a long, long time. (Copyright, 1917, by Broadway Music Corporation, Will Voo Tilzer, president,
145 West Fordy-fifth Street, New York City.)
20. SEND ME A CURL.
There's a corner in my heart
For the little girl I left behind.
And the roses in her cheeks entwined ;
From the sweetest little girl in my home town, (Used by permission of Huntzinger & Dilworth, publishers.)
21. THE STAMMERING SONG. K-K-K-Katy, beautiful Katy,
You're the only g-g-g-girl that I adore; When the m-m-m-moon shines over the c-c-c-cow shed,
I'll be waiting at the k-k-k-kitchen door.
22. GOING BACK H-O-M-E.
Going back, going back,
Going back h-o-m-e.
From the lands across the sea.
When we've made the whole world free;
Going back h-o-m-e.
23. I'LL WED THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND.
I can picture to-night by the dim candle light
The girl I left behind.
Watching with love divine.
Bring the parson back and make her mine,
And wed the girl I left behind. (Used by permission of M. Witmark & Sons, publishers and owners of the copy. right.)
24. I DON'T CARE WHERE THEY SEND ME.
Oh, I don't care where they send me,
Or what it is I have to do;
Or where I am when I get thru;
With your dreaming eyes of blue;
My heart is home with you.
I have always been a wand'rer,
Over land and sea,
Casts a spell o'er me,
Again I seem to be:
And it seems that I can see
Through the sycamores for me.
From the fields I used to roam;
Then I long for my Indiana home. (Used by permission of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.)
26. WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME.
When Johnny comes marching home again, hurrah,
hurrah! We'll give him a hearty welcome then, hurrah,
hurrah! The men will cheer, and the boys will shout,
And the ladies, they will all turn out, And we'll all feel gay, when Johnny comes marching
27. LI'L LIZA JANE.
I'se got a gal and you got none, Li'l Liza Jare,
Ohe, Li'l Liza Jane
Come my love and marry me, Li'l Liza Jane,
Liza Jane done come to me, Li'l Liza Jane.
House and lot in Baltimo', Li'l Liza Jane,
Lots of chilluns roun' de do', Li'l Liza Jane, ; (Used by permission of Sherman, Clay & Co.)
28. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN.
There's a girl I love who waits on Lookout Mountain,
with a mountain of love for me; On the windling path where first we found each,
other, that is where I long to be; She is sweeter than the songs the birds are singing,
back home in Tennessee, There's a girl I love who waits on Lookout Mountain,
with a mountain of love for me. (Used by permission of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.)