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BACK HOME AGAIN IN INDIANA (Ballard MacDonald / James Hanley, 1917) I HAVE AL-WAYS BEEN A WAND-'RER, O-VER LAND AND SEA. YET A MOON-BEAM ON THE WA-TER,CASTS A SPELL O'ER ME. A VI-SION FAIR I SEE, A-GAIN I SEEM TO BE. FAN-CY PAINTS ON MEM-RY'S CAN-VAS, SCENES THAT WE HOLD DEAR WE RE-CALL THEM IN DAYS AF-TER, CLEAR-LY THEY AP-PEAR. AND OF-TEN TIMES I SEE, A SCENE THAT'S DEAR TO ME. BACK HOME A-GAIN IN IN-DI-AN-A AND IT SEEMS THAT I CAN SEE THE GLEAM-ING CAN-DLE-LIGHT STILL SHI-NING BRIGHT THRO' THE SYC-A-MORES FOR ME THE NEW MOWN HAY SENDS ALL ITS FRA-GRANCE FROM THE FIELDS I USED TO ROAM WHEN I DREAM A-BOUT THE MOON-LIGHT ON THE WA-BASH THEN I LONG FOR MY IN-DI-A-NA HOME

    


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