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BY THE OLD OAK TREE (Percy Wenrich) Tom, Dick & Harry - 1930 Bud & Joe Billings - 1930 Al Bowlly & Ella Logan - 1930 Tommie & Willie - 1930 Al: There’s no spot I cherish like the old oak tree I used to know some years ago With my sweetheart by my side we’d spend the happy hours They linger yet, I can’t forget. Ella: By the old oak tree, by the old oak tree, By the old oak tree we sat together There we learned to care, all our troubles share Whether it was fair or stormy weather. Down in the shady lane, In gingham gowns so plain We sang love’s sweet refrain So tenderly Life was full of joy, Happy girl and boy When we met together By the old oak tree. (Instrumental interlude) Down in the shady lane, In gingham gowns so plain You sang love’s sweet refrain So tenderly Life was full of joy, Happy girl and happy boy When we sat together By the old oak tree. (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - November 2004)

    


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