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I’M GOING BACK TO OLD NEBRASKA (HarryRevel / Noble Sissle) Nobel Sissle & His Band - 1928 Jack Hylton & His Orch. (vocal: Hugo Rignold) - 1928 Bobby Grey - 1928 Debroy Somers Band (vocal: Ramon Newton) - 1928 Bert Firman’s Dance Orch. (Instr.) - 1928 Harry Bidgood & His Orch. - 1928 Melville Gideon - 1928 Also recorded by: Leslie James; George Mitchell Minstrels; Barfota Jazzmen; G.H. Elliott .......... and others. As recorded by JACK HYLTON & HIS ORCH. with vocal by HUGO RIGNOLD, Recorded 27th January 1928: I’m going back again to old Nebraska And if anyone should ask ya I’ll be where the waving cornfields grow In a tumbledown old cottage Where a humble a bowl of pottage Makes the most inviting meal I know Back to a sainted pair with silver painted hair Once you’re acquainted there, you’ll never roam So, in a place between here and Alaska Why, if anyone should ask ya I’ll be in my old Nebraska home (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - January 2014) ******************** As recorded by BOBBY GREY with piano accompaniment by Tony Lowry: Wandered here, wandered there Fact I wandered most everywhere Just like a gypsy, I roam Seen the bad, seen the best Sailed the seas from the East to West Even where the ice billows foamed I’m going back again to old Nebraska And if anyone should ask ya I’ll be where the waving cornfields grow In a tumbledown old cottage, Where a humble bowl of pottage Makes the most inviting meal I know Back to a sainted pair, with silver painted hair, Once you're acquainted there, you'll never roam So, in a place between here and Alaska, Why, if anyone should ask ya I'll be in my old Nebraska home. Every road, every trail Seems to whistle the same old tail Seems to just beckon me back Maybe soon, maybe long I’ll be singing a hometown song And when I start down the track (Piano Solo) Back to a sainted pair, with silver painted hair, Once you're acquainted there, you'll never roam So, in a place between here and Alaska Why, if anyone should ask ya I'll be in my old Nebraska home (Transcribed by Lizzi- August 2014)

    


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