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ME AND THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME (Harry Leon, Leo Towers, Ross Aden) As recorded by: Primo Scala’s Accordion Band, Dir. Harry Bidgood V. Sam Browne & Cavan O’Connor Recorded June 1935 Twilight in Indiana When my work is through once more I go to meet Diana And the old folks I adore When the sun goes down in the heart of Indiana And breezes softly blow Every night we gather around the old piana Me and the old folks at home When the moon hangs low in the heart of Indiana We use a paper and a comb And we harmonise while Diana plays piana Me and the old folks at home Swanee, Swanee, How we love that old refrain Swanee, Swanee, Every night we sing again Can you wonder now why my heart’s in Indiana Why I never roam Every night we gather around the old piana Me and the old folks at home (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - October 2013)

    



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