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STRICTLY FROM DIXIE Cavanaugh / Webb / Brooks / Brooks as rec by Ella Fitzgerald & her Savoy Eight 1938 I didn't get my Dixie drawl A-drinking out of a Dixie cup, Yes sir. I'm strictly from Dixie! And when I say, "I loves you all!", It's meant to be on the up and up, Yes sir. I'm strictly from Dixie! When I came up from the south, I felt so down in the mouth; Then I took one look at you And thought about Dixie eyes of blue, I thought about sweet magnolias too! I never miss a Cotton Ball, I like my julips a trifle tall, Yes sir. I'm strictly from Dixie! Oh, I didn't get my Dixie drawl A-drinking out of a Dixie cup, Yes sir. I'm strictly from Dixie! And when I say, "I loves you all!", It's meant to be on the up and up, Ye-ye-ye-yes sir. I'm strictly from Dixie! When I came up from the south, I felt so down in the mouth; Then I took one look at you And thought about Dixie eyes of blue, I thought about sweet magnolias too! I never miss a Cotton Ball, I like my julips a trifle tall, Yes sir. I'm strictly from Dixie! Good old Dixie, Mellow Dixie, I'm strictly from Dixie, Dixie, Dixie! (Contributed by Peter Akers - April 2009)

    


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