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This Land Is Your Land

Chorus

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This land is your land

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This land is my land

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From Cal-i-for-nia

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To the New York Is-land

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From the Red-wood for-est

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To the Gulf stream wa-ters,

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This land was made for you and me.

Verse 1

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I roamed and I ram-bled

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And I fol-lowed my foot-steps

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To the spark-ling sands of her dia-mond des-erts.

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And all a-round me a voice was sing-ing

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This land was made for you and me!

Verse 2
As I went walking that ribbon highway
I saw above me that endless skyway.
I saw below me those golden valleys.
This land was made for you and me!

Verse 3

As the sun was shining, and I was strolling.


And the wheat fields waving, and the dust clouds rolling.
As the fog was lifting, a voice was singing:
This land was made for you and me!
If I Had A Hammer
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If I had a ham-mer,

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I-d ham-mer in the morn-ing,

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Id ham-mer in the eve-ning,

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Al-l o-ver this la-nd.

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Id ham-mer out da-n-ger,

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Id ham-mer out a wa-rn-ing

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Id ham-mer out love be-tween

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my broth-ers and my sis-ters,

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A-ll o-ver this la-nd,.

Verse 2

If I had a bell, Id ring it in the morning.


Id ring it in the evening, all over this land;
Id ring out danger,
Id ring out warning,
Id ring out love between my brothers andmy sisers.
All over this land.

Verse 3

If I had a song, Id sing it in the morning,


Id sing it in the evening, all over this land;
Id sing out danger,
Id sing out warning,
Id sing out love between my brothers and my sisters.
All over this land.
Where Have All The Flowers Gone
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Where have all the flow-ers gone

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Long time pa-ss-ing?

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Where have all the flow-ers gone,

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Long time a-g-o?

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Where have all the flow-ers gone?

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Young girls have picked them, ev-ry one.

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Oh, when wi-ll they ev-er learn?

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Oh, when will they ev-er learn?

Verse 2

Where have all the young girls gone,


Long time passing?
Where have all the young girls gone,
Long time ago?
Where have all the young girls gone?
Gonefor young men, everyone
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Verse 3

Where have all the young men gone,


Long time passing?
Where have all the young men gone,
Long time ago?
Where have all the young men gone?
Gone for soldiers, everryone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Verse 4

Where have the soldiers gone,


Long time passing?
Where have all the soldiers gone,
Long time ago?
Where have all the soldiers gone?
Gone to graveyards, everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Verse 5

Where have all the graveyards gone,


Long time passing?
Where have all the graveyards gone,
Longtime ago?
Where have all the graveyards gone?
Gone to flowers, everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?

Verse 6

Where have all the flowers gone,


Long time passing?
Where have all the flowers gone,
Long time ago?
Where have all the flowers gone?
Young girls have picked them, everyone.
Oh, when will they ever learn?
Oh, when will they ever learn?
The Marvelous Toy
Verse 1

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When I was just a wee lit-tle lad

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Full of health and joy,

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My fa-ther ho-me-ward came one night

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And gave to me a toy.

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A won-der to be-hold it was,

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With man-y col-ors bright,

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And the mo-ment I laid eyes on it,

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It be-came my hearts de-light.

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It went Zip when it moved

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And bop when it stopped,

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Whirr when it stood still.

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I nev-er knew just what it was.
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And I guess I nev-er will.

Verse 2
The first time that I picked it up,
I had a big surprise.
Cause right on the bottom were two big buttons
that looked like big green eyes.
I pushed one and then the other,
ThenI twisted its lid.
And when I set it down again,
Here is what it did.

Verse 3

It first marched left and then marched right,


And then marched under a chair.
And when I looked where it had gone,
It wasnt even there.
I started to cry,but my daddy laughted,
Cause he knew that I would find,
When I turned around,
My Marvelous toy would be chugging from behind.

Verse 4

The years have gone by too quickly,it seems.


I have my own little boy.
And yesterday I gave to him
My marvelous little toy.
His eyes nearly popped right out of his head
Andhegave me a squeal of glee.
Neither one of us knows just what it is,
But he loves it just like me.
Michael Row The Boat Ashore
Chorus

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Mi-chael, row the boat a-shore, Hal-le-lu-jah.

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Mi-chael, row the boat a-shore, Hal-le-l-u-jah.

Verse 1

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Sis-ter, help to trim the sail, Hal-le-lu-Jah.

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Sis-ter, help to trim the sails, Hal-le-l-u-Jah.

Verse 2

Jordansriver is deep and Wide, Hallelujah.


And Ivegot a home on the other side, Hallelujah.

Verse3.

Michaels boat is a music boat, Hallelujah.


Michaels boat is a music boat, Hallelujah.

Verse 4

The trumpets sound the jubilee, Hallelujah.


Trumpets sound for you and me, Hallelujah.
Puff, The Magic Dragon
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Puff, the mag-ic drag-on lived by the sea,

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And frol-icked in the au-tumn mis

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In a land called Ho-man-lee.

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Lit-tle Jack-ie Pa-per loved that ras-cal, Puff

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And brought him strings and seal-ing wax

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and oth-er fam-cy stuff.

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Oh Puff, the mag-ic drag-on lived by the sea.

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And frol-icked in the au-tumn mist

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In a land called ho-nah-lee.

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Puff, the mag-ic drag-on lived by the sea.

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And frol-icked in the au-tumn mist.

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In a land called Ho-nah-lee.

Verse 2
Together they would travel on a boat with billowed sail.
Jackie kept a lookout perched on Puffs gigantic tail.
Noble kings and princes would bow wheneer they came.
Pirate ships would lowr their flag when puff roared out his name.

Verse 3

A dragon lives forever, but not so little girls and boys,


Painted wings and giants rings make way for other toys.
One grey night it happened, Jackie Paper came no more.
And Puff, that mighty dragon, he ceased is fearless roar.

Verse 4

His head was bent in sorrow, green scales fell like rain.
Puff no longer went to play along the cherry land.
Without his lifelong friend, Puff could be brave
So Puff, that mighty dragon, sadly slipped into his came.
Kumbaya
Verse 1

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Kum-ba-ya, my Lord. Kum-ba-ya

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Kum-ba-ya, my Lord, Kum-ba-ya,

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Kum-ba-ya, my Lord, Kum-ba-ya.

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Oh Lord, Kum-ba-ya.

Verse 2

Someones singing, Lord

Verse 3

Someones Laughing, Lord

Verse 4

Someones crying, Lord

Verse 5

Someones praying, Lord

Verse 6

Someones sleeping, Lord


Five Hundred Miles
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If you miss the train Im on,

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You will know that I am gone.

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You can hear the whis-tle blow a hun-dred miles.

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A hun-dred miles, a hun-dred miles,

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A hun-dred miles, a hun-dred miles.

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You can hear the whis-tle blow

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A hun-dred miles

Verse 2

Lord, Im one, Lord, Im two,


Lord, Im three, Lord, Im four,
Lord, Im hundred miles from my home.
Five hundred miles. Five hundred miles
Five hundred miles. Five hundred miles
Lord, Im five hundred milesfrom my home.

Verse 3

Not a shirt on my back,


Not a penny to my name.
Lord, I cant go a home this away.
This a way, this a way,
This a way, this a way,
Lord, I cant go a homethis away.
Stewball
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Oh, Stew-ball was a Race-Horse

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And I wish he were mine.

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He nev-er drank wa-ter

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He al-ways drank wine

Verse 2
His bridle was silver, His made, it was gold,
And the worth of his saddle has never been told.

Verse 3
Oh, the fairgrounds were crowded, and stewball was there
But the betting was heaven on the bay and the mare.

Verse 4
As they were approaching, a bout half-way around,
They grey mare, she stumbled and fell to the ground.

Verse 5
And away out yonder, ahead of them all
Came a prancin and a dancin my noble stewball.

Verse 6
I bet on the grey mare, I bet on the bay.
If Id a bet on ol Stewball, I be a free man today.

Verse 7
Oh, the hoot owl, she holler, and the turdove dove moan,
Im a poor oy in trouble, Im a long way from home.

Verse 8
Oh, Stewball was a racehorse, and I wish he were mine.
He never drank water, he always drank wine.
We Shall Overcome
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We shall o-ver-c-o-me,

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We shall o-ver-c-o-me

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We shall o-ver-come so-me d-a-y.

Chorus
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O-h, deep in my heart,

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I do be-lieve

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We shall o-ver-come some day.

Verse 2
We shall all be free, We shall all be free.
We shall all be free some day.

Verse 3
We shall live in peace, We shall live in peace.
We shall li ve in peace some day.
Blowin' In The Wind
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How ma-ny roads must a man walk down

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Be-fore you can call him a man?

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Yes, 'n' how ma-ny seas

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must a white dove sail

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Be-fore she sleeps in the sand?

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Yes 'n' how ma-ny times

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must the can-non balls fly

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Be-fore they're for-ev-er banned?

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The an-swer, my friend,

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is blow-in' in the wind,

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The an-swer is blow-in in the wind.
Verse 2
How many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
Yes, 'n' how many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?
Yes 'n how may deaths will it take till he knows
That too many people have died?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.

Verse 3
How many years can a mountain exist
Before it's washed in the sea?
Yes, 'n' how many years can some people exist
Before they're allowed to be free?
Yes 'n' how many times can a man turn his head,
Pretending he just doesn't see?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind,
The answer is blowin' in the wind.
All My Trials
Chorus
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All my tri-als, Lord

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Soon be o-o-ver.

Verse 1
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I had a lit-tle book

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Was gi-ven to me

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And ev-ry page

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Spelled lib-er-ty.

Verse 2
li-gion were a thing that money could buy,
The rich wouldlive and the poor would die.

Verse 3
Is a tree in paradise,
The pilgrims call it the tree of life.
Leavin On A Jet Plane
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ALL MY BAGS ARE PACKED,I.M READ-Y TO GO

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IM STAND-ING HERE OUT-SIDE YOUR DOOR

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I HATE TO WAKE YOU UP TO SAY GOOD-BYE

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BUT THE DAWN IS BREAK-IN.,IT.S EAR-LY MORN

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THE TAX-IS WAIT-IN. HE.S BLOW-IN. HIS HORN

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AL-READ-Y I.M SO LONE-SOME I COULD DIE

CHORUS-

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SO KISS ME AND SMILE FOR ME

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TELL ME THAT YOU.LL WAIT FOR ME

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HOLD ME LIKE YOU.LL NEV-ER LET ME GO

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.CAUSE I.M LEAV-IN. ON A JET PLANE

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DON.T KNOW WHEN I.LL BE BACK A-GAIN

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OH BABE I HATE TO GO
This Train Is Bound For Glory
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This train is bound for glo-ry,

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this train,

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This train is bound for glo-ry,

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this train,

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This train is bound for glo-ry,

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Don't ride noth-ing but

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the right-eous and the ho-ly

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This train is bound for glo-ry,

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this train.

verse 2
This train don't carry no gamblers,
this train (2)
This train don't cary no gamblers,
No hypocrites, no midnight ramblers,
This train is bound or glory,
this train.

verse 3
This train is built for speed now,
this train (2)
This train is built for speed now,
Fasted train you ever did see,
This train is bound for glory, this train.

verse 4
This train don't carry no liars,
this train (2)
This train don't carry no liars,
No hypocrites and no high flyers,
This train is bound for glory, this train.

verse 5
This train you don't pay no transportation,
this train (2)
This train you don't pay no transportation,
No Jim Crow and no discrimination,
This train is bound for glory, this train.

verse 6
This train don't carry no rustlers,
this train (2)
This train don't carry no rustlers,
Sidestreet walkers, two-bit hustlers,
Sidestreet walkers, two-bit hustlers,
This train is bound for glory, this train.
I Wonder As I Wander
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I Won-der As I Wan-der out un-der the sky,

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How Je-sus the Sav-ior did come for to die.

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For poor on-'ry peo-ple like you and like I

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I won-der as I wan-der out un-der the sky,
Down By The Riverside
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I'm gon-na lay down

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my sword and shield

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down by the riv-er-side

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down by the riv-er-side

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down by the riv-er-side

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I'm gon-na lay down

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my sword and shield,

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down by the riv-er-side,

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gon-na stud-y war no more.

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I ain't gon-na stud-y war no more,

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ain't gon-na stud-y war no more,

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ain't gon-na stud-y war no more,

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I ain't gon-na stud-y war no more,

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ain't gon-na stud-y war no more,
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ain't gon-na stud-y war no more.
Good Night Irene
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Irene, good night. Irene good night.

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Good night, Irene. Good night, Irene.

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I'll see you in my dreams.

Verse 1

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Last Saturday night I got married,

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Me and my wife settled down.

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Now me and my wife are parted.

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I'm gonna take another stroll downtown.

Verse 2
Sometimes I live in the country.
Sometimes I live in town.
Sometimes a take a great notion,
To jump in the river and drown.

Verse 2
Stop rambling. Stop your gambling.
Stop staying out late at night.
Go home to your wife and family.
Stay there by the fireside bright.
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
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We wish you a mer-ry Christ-mas,

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We wish you a mer-ry Christ-mas,

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We wish you a mer-ry Christ-mas,

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and a hap-py new year.

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We all know that San-ta's com-ing,

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We all know that San-ta's com-ing,

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We all know that San-ta's com-ing,

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and soon will be here.