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LITTLE DUTCH MILL (Harry Barris / Ralph Freed) Bing Crosby - 1934 Al Bowlly (acc. by Monia Liter - piano) - 1934 Don Bestor & His. Orch. (vocal: Neil Buckley) - 1934 Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians (vocal: Carmen Lombardo) - 1934 Ray Noble & His Orch. (vocal: Al Bowlly) - 1934 Also recorded by: Ferrante & Teicher: Mary Gilbert; Henry Hall & His Orch. Far across the sea in Holland In the land of wooden shoes There's a story nearly everyone knows You may never be in Holland So I know you will excuse If here and now I tell you how it goes There's a little Dutch mill On a little Dutch hill Where the little Dutch stars shine bright Now a little Dutch boy And his little Dutch Girl Fell in love by the mill one night Up above, the Dutch moon made the scene complete They both had so much moon, that it was a real Dutch treat So the little Dutch boy and the little Dutch Girl Bought the little Dutch mill on the little Dutch hill And they've added a touch of a little Dutch family. (Contributed by Bill Huntley - March 2007)

    


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