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MY DEAREST UNCLE SAM (Joan Whitney / Alex C. Kramer) (1946, 1947) The Andrews Sisters On far Pacific Island, By a mangoe tree; Lonely maid is crying, Looking out to sea. Oh, Mister Sam, Sam, My Dearest Uncle Sam, Won't you please come back to Guam? One year ago September, That's when it began; From a boat there landed big American, Oh, Mister Sam, Sam, My dearest Uncle Sam; Won't you please come back to Guam? He taught her how to say, "Ah loves yuh, honey chile"; Also dance to record, Boogie Woogie style. Oh, Mister Sam, Sam, My dearest Uncle Sam; Won't you please come back to Guam? She learn to love his chocolate, She learn to love his Spam; She learn to spread pancake with huckleberry jam. Oh, Mister Sam, Sam, My dearest Uncle Sam; Won't you please come back to Guam? (Contributed by Ferda Dolunay - March 2005)

    


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