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I'M GOING TO WRITE HOME (Foster Carling) Spike Jones & his City Slickers (Vocal: Del Porter) - 1942 Johnny Jones got very lonesome When he went away Mary Smith was right there with him And she heard him say When I need you most, and I feel you close, Darling, just supposing I do (Whistling) I'll write right home to you. If I can't caress you, why, heaven bless you I guess you know what I'll do (Whistling) I'll write right home to you. In dreams I'll see you always near to me Everywhere that I may roam So promise me to shun that apple tree Till I come marchin' home And until that day, if I'm asked to stray From the straight and narrow and true (Whistling) I'll write right home to you. (Musical Break) And until that day, if I'm asked to stray From the straight and narrow and true (Whistling) I'll write right home to you. (Contributed/Transcribed by Bill Huntley - October 2005)

    


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