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WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN IN ROMANY (MY HEART GOES ROAMING BACK TO YOU) (Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young / Bert Grant, 1916) Dearie, dearie, Far across the deep blue sea; Dearie, dearie, Do you ever think of me? When the Autumn leaves are turning My thoughts turn to home; Is there still a love light burning, Far across the foam? Dearie, dearie, Tell me, are we both alone? Lonely, lonely, Think how lonely I must be; Lonely, lonely, No one seems to pity me. I can see the corn a swaying In the candle light, Staying where I left you praying, "Lead his footsteps right." Lonely, lonely, say a pray'r for me tonight. When the sun goes down in Romany, My heart goes roaming back to you; Through the dells the chapel bells are calling, There's a grief for every leaf that's falling, Like a tipsy gypsy I just wandered, Far from all the loved ones that I knew, But dearie, When the sun goes down in Romany, My heart goes roaming back to you.

    


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