Alabama, Families, Regions of the US, Songs about love, Songs with geographic locations, Songs with piano, South
VP_000074 Verse 1I've heard lots of melodies, Songs of quaintest harmonies, But one refrain comes again and again, To my mind that is the kind we love the best: Chorus 1Down in Alabama when the breeze begins to sigh, Seems to softly murmur just the sweetest lullaby, Each dear old Mammy in old Alabam', Huddles and cuddles her own honey lam', "Little Pick-a-ninny, close your eyes and go to sleep, Moon am swingin' low and spooky shadows 'gin to creep," This melody brings a fond memory, takes me back again to dear old Alabam'. Verse 2Something lingers with me yet, Seems I never will forget, Those dear old days and those old Southern ways, As I croon this lazy tune of long ago:
Rights and Access Note
Rights assessment remains the responsibility of the researcher. No known restrictions on publication. The organization that has made the Item available reasonably believes that the item is not restricted by copyright or related rights. If you believe this document to have been posted in error, contact Fogler Library Serials/Electronic Resources.
1 score (4 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
Leo. Feist, Inc
Voll, Cal De, "Alabama Lullaby" (1919). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 162.