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I'SE GWINE BACK TO DIXIE Charles A White 1874 as recorded by Lee Morse (vocal & guitar) also recorded by - The Edison Male Quartet 1902 The Haydn Quartet 1906 Kitty Cheatham 1916 Alma Gluck 1917 Uncle Dave Macon & his Fruit Jar Drinkers 1927 Harry MacDonough I's gwine back to Dixie, I's gwine back to Dixie, I's gwinw where the orange blossoms grow. I hear them children calling, I see them sad tears falling; My heart's turned back to Dixie And I must go! I's gwine back to Dixie, No more I'm gwine to wander, I's gwine where the cotton blossom grow. I miss the old plantation, My home and my relation, My heart's turned back to Dixie And I must go! I's gwine back to Dixie, I's gwine back to Dixie, I's gwinw where the orange blossom grow. I hear them children calling, I see them sad tears falling; My heart turns back to Dixie And I must go! I've hoed in fields of cotton, I've worked upon the river. I used to think if I got west I'd go back there, no never! But time has changed the old man, His head as bending low, My heart turns back to Dixie And I must go! I's gwine back to Dixie, I's gwine back to Dixie, I's gwinw where the orange blossoms grow. I see them sad tears falling, I hear them children calling; My heart turns back to Dixie And I must go! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2013)

    


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