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SONG OF THE SOUTH From the Walt Disney film "Song Of The South" (1946) (Arthur Johnston / Sam Coslow) Disney Studio Choir - 1946 Tony Pastor & His Orch. (vocal: Tony Pastor) - 1946 I hear the murmer of the south wind And feel a half-remembered thrill Plaintive echoes faintly clinging An old plantation air still ringing Song of the South, your music weaves a magic spell Song of the South, I see the scenes I know so well Cottonwoods in blossom over my cabin door Pale moonlight on a field of white You bring them back once more I seem to hear those gentle voices calling low Out of the long, long ago This heart of mine is in the heart of Dixie That's where I belong Singing a song, a Song of the South

    


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