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INDIANA James F Hanley (m) Ballard MacDonald (l) 1917 Dick Haymes & The Ken Darby Singers w Victor Young & his Orch also- The Original Jazz Band '17 The Eddie Condon Quartet '28 Red McKenzie's Mound City Blues Blowers '29 '35 The Whoopee Makers '29 Red Nichols & his Five Pennies '30 Art Tatum '33 Chu Berry & his Stompy Stevedores '37 Lester Young & The Nat "King" Cole Trio '42 Don Byass '45 Julie London '57 Kay Starr '59 Freddy Cannon '60 Louis Armstrong & his All Stars Sidney Bechet Teresa Brewer Duke Ellington & his Orch Dizzy Gillespie Harry James & his Orch Oscar Peterson Bud Powell Back home again in Indiana, And it seems that I can see The gleamin' candlelight, Atill shinin' bright, Through the sycamores for me. The new mown hay sends all its fragrance >From the fields I used to roam. When I dream about the moonlight on the Wabash, Then I long for my Indiana home. Oh, I have always been a wanderer Over land and sea, Yet a moonbeam on the water Casts a spell o'er me; A vision fair I see, Again I long to be; Back home again in Indiana, And it seems that I can see The gleamin' candlelight, Atill shinin' bright, Through the sycamores for me. The new mown hay sends all its fragrance >From the fields I used to roam. When I dream about the moonlight on the Wabash, Then I long for my Indiana home, Indiana home. (Contributed by Peter Akers - December 2008)

    


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