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VP_006851 Verse 1I like a new sensation, New things I like to try; I'd like an invitation, To go a sailing through the sky. Who's got an idle airship? Who'll take me on the wing, Up into cloudland? While I sing: Chorus 1As we're floating along, dear, In the heavenly blue, A loving shipmate I will be, love, to you; Tho' the clouds come to hide us, We can never go wrong With love to guide us, As we're floating along. Verse 2Up where the moon is shining, Far from the mad'ning crowd; Wrapp'd in it's silv'ry lining, Nightly we'll spoon behind some cloud. Over the world together, We'll skim the milky way Up in an airship While I say:
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1 score (4 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
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Buffington, Edward and O'Dea, James, "Floating Along" (1906). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 1866.