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THE SWEETEST MELODY OF ALL (Grant Clarke / Jimmie V. Monaco, 1916) When I was born I had an ear for music, I loved sweet lullabies, And every morn' when I would hear sweet music, I'd open up my eyes; Father bought a baby grand, I learned to play it with one hand, Music always made me gay, And I'm the same today. Down in the hall we've got a pianola, It's going night and day, And that's not all, We bought a new victrola, To make the servants stay; All the kids have tuneful toys, Or anything for nifty noise, Tho' grandmother's eighty three, She sings close harmony. I love to hear sweet melodies, I love the song birds in the trees, I love an opera grand, A big brass band, Or any little tune from Dixie land. I love to hear the bugle call, For any tune I'm bound to fall, But to hear a little baby calling you papa, That's the sweetest melody of all. I love to hear sweet melodies, I love the song birds in the trees, I love an opera grand, A big brass band, Or any little tune from Dixie land. I love to hear the bugle call, For any tune I'm bound to fall, But to hear a little baby calling you mama, That's the sweetest melody of all.

    


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