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CHERRY TREE, THE (Neil H. Johnson) Paul Tutmarc & The Wranglers (vocal: Bonnie Tutmarc) - 1953 Many long years I have wandered Far from my childhood home Many new things I have pondered Now I'm getting too weary to roam I'll go back and sit beneath the cherry tree Watch the petals falling down like snow And a pair of swallows in the blue will sing While a warm and gentle wind will blow So, goodbye to all the lonely byways There's no more that I would care to see I'll go back and live again those happy days Dream again beneath the cherry tree (Instrumental Break) I'll go back and sit beneath the cherry tree Watch the petals falling down like snow And a pair of swallows in the blue will sing While a warm and gentle wind will blow So, goodbye to all the lonely byways There's no more that I would care to see I'll go back and live again those happy days Dream again beneath the cherry tree (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2017)

    


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