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EYES OF TEXAS, THE (John Lang Sinclair - 1903 Sung to the tune of "I've Been Working On The Railroad") I once did know a President A way down South in Texas And always, everywhere he went He saw the Eyes of Texas The Eyes of Texas are upon you All the livelong day The Eyes of Texas are upon you You cannot get away Do not think you can escape them At night or early in the morn The Eyes of Texas are upon you 'Til Gabriel blows his horn Sing me a song of Prexy Of days long since gone by Again I seek to greet him And hear his kind reply Smiles of gracious welcome Before my memory rise Again I hear him say to me “Remember Texas’ Eyes" (Contributed by Mel Priddle - March 2016)

    


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