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NELLIE DEAN (Henry W Armstrong 1905) recorded by - Byron Harlan & Frank Stanley 1905 Gertie Gitana 1911 1931 The Columbia Quartet 1913 Henry W Armstrong 1945 There's an old mill by the stream, Nellie Dean, Where we used to sit and dream, Nellie Dean, And the waters, as they flow Seem to murmur, sweet and low, "You're my heart's desire, I love you, Nellie Dean". By the old mill stream I'm dreaming, Nellie Dean, Dreaming of your bright eyes gleaming, Nellie Dean, As they used to fondly glow When we sat there long ago, Listening to the waters flow, Nellie Dean. I can hear the robins singing, Nellie Dean, Sweetest recollections ringing, Nellie Dean, For they seem to sing of you With your tender eyes of blue, For I know they miss you too, Nellie Dean. There's an old mill by the stream, Nellie Dean, Where we used to sit and dream, Nellie Dean, And the waters, as they flow Seem to murmur, sweet and low, "You're my heart's desire, I love you, Nellie Dean". (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2016)

    


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