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VP_009493 Verse 1(Boys) Yoo-hoo! (Solo) And what has been detaining youoo? (Boys) We're here, so cease complaining, (Solo) I want this one night a night of joy, (Boys) We'll make this one night all to our credit, (Solo) Now you've said it, (Boys) We'll go where-ever you're deciding, (Solo) Let's go where we can be confiding, (Boys) Cocoanut Grove, (Solo) Much too gay, (Boys) Bradley's, (Solo) No, not to play, (Boys) Quite right, you lead the way. Chorus 1Where sweet-hearts go astraying Along the old lake's trail, Where looks mean all they're saying, Where hearts tell hearts the same love tale, Along the way to Eden There's a charm that ne'er will fail, We'll go there slow, But coming back we'll learn the knack, Along the old lake trail.
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Cantor, Eddie; Tierney, Harry; McCarthy; J. V. R; and R.B, "Along The Old Lake Trail" (1923). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 2835.