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Kentucky Dream

William T. Sherman at the keyboard

   

KENTUCKY DREAM

(produced by Goldwyn, 1918)

Words by:                                                             

FRANK H. WARREN(English)                  

AGNETTA FLORIS (French)                   

Music by:

S. R. HENRY and D. ONIVAS

(Slow waltz tempo)

English Verse version:

 

Hear the music playing an old familiar strain

Dixie land is saying “Come back to me again”

Back where glances and fond romances are

mingled with perfume of roses

Memories are turning today of long ago

And your hear is yearning for one you used to know;

Way down yonder, again you wander,

It’s all a Kentucky Dream

Sweet mem-ry girl - -

Sweet heart of yore - -

Some-times-when I’m lonely and blue,

No one will do,

No one but you dear

Your voice far away –

Come back to say “Kiss me” then in fancy I seem

With my Kentucky Dream

Hear the music playing an old familiar strain Dixieland is

saying “Comeback to me again”

Back where glances and fond romances are

mingled with perfume of roses,

Memories are turning todays of long ago

And your heart is yearning for one you used to know;

Naught can sever you’re mine forever,

My wondrous Kentucky Dream

 

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