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WE'LL ALL GO RIDING ON A RAINBOW From the film "Aunt Sally" (1933) (U.S. title "Along Came Sally") (Harry Woods) Cicely Courtneidge (Film Soundtrack) - 1933 Debroy Somers & His Band - 1933 Jay Wilbur & His Band (vocal: Sam Browne) - 1933 Roy Fox & His Band (vocal: Peggy Dell) - 1933 Jack Jackson & His Orch. - 1933 Billy Cotton & His Band (vocal: Alan Breeze) - 1933 Russ Conway (Intro.) - 1961 Joan Turner - 1964 Mike Sammes Singers with The Big ben Banjo Band - 1965 Bobby Crush (Instr.) - 1975 Also recorded by: Lee Lawrence; Ralph Dollimore & His Orch.; Bryan Smith; Louis Levy & His Orch.; Bryan Smith & His Dixielanders; Arnold Loxam; Bryan Smith .......... and others. As recorded by HARRY LEADER & His Band, vocal by SAM BROWNE, 6th December 1933: Sing brothers, and sing sisters We're all leaving today And we'll all go riding on a rainbow To a new land far away Get started, be light hearted There's no time for delay And we'll all go riding on a rainbow To a new land far away Everyone playing in the sun Without a worry or care Children dancing through fields of daisies With rose buds in their hair Oh, sing brothers, and sing sisters We're all leaving today And we'll all go riding on a rainbow To a new land far away (Transcribed from John Wright's 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - September 2013) ******************** As performed by CECILY COURTNEIDGE in the film "Aunt Sally" as a medley with the song "The Wind's In The West", also written by Harry Woods: Come you weary, raise your eyes See the sun in the sky Here's the new day, come at last Bid your cares goodbye Sing brothers, and sing sisters We're all leaving today And we'll all go riding on a rainbow To a new land far away Get started, be light hearted There's no need for delay And we'll all go riding on a rainbow To a new land far away Everyone playing in the sun Without a worry or care Children dancing through fields of daisies With rose buds in their hair, ah-ah-ah Sing brothers, and sing sisters We're all leaving today And we'll all go riding on a rainbow To a new land far away The wind's in the west It's sunny above I'm walking through clover With someone I love The showers have passed I'm happy at last The south wind's warm in the west Hot-cha-cha, hot-cha-cha-cha-cha Goodbye, goodbye my tears All my summers are gone, the sun's rosy red And I'm tellin' ya, folks, from now on There's love and there's laughter for me up ahead And heaven, yes heaven Oh, mammy, mammy, mammy, mammy Heaven it seems has at last Has finally answered my dreams And the wind, the wind's in the west And so's mine Oh, sing brothers, and sing sisters We're all leaving today And ..... Come on now, boys, all sing together Let's hear your voices (To a new land) far away Get started, be light hearted Now, come on, I want to hear a lot more singing, ooohh And we'll all go riding on a rainbow That's the stuff! (To a new land) far away Everyone playing in the sun Without a worry or care Children dancing through fields of daisies (With rose buds in their hair) Oooh, sing brothers (and sing sisters) Come on, that's the stuff (We're all) We're leaving today (And we'll all go riding) on a rainbow To a new land far away (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2013) ******************** An extra verse that's very seldom heard: Hear the robin in the trees There's good cheer in his song Join the chorus everyone As we march along ********************

    


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