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VP_017479 Verse 1The Sunny South is very proud Of all its pretty girls. There is one who takes the prize She's a little angel in disguise, Her name is like the land she loves It's DIXIE And the land she loves, loves Dixie From the gulf down to the sea. Chorus 1Ev'rybody's crazy over Dixie. All her charms remind you of the South. Cheeks like Georgia peaches rare, Southern sunbeams match her hair, And her smile is bound to win yer, She's the pride of old Virginia Blue eyes like the blue grass of Kentucky. Lips as sweet as sugar cane down there. Where ev'ry boy throughout the land Has tried to win her heart and hand They're crazy over Dixie in dear old Dixieland. Verse 2The telephones all through the South Are busy night and day. All the universe has tried To converse with dear old Dixie's pride, The mail trains bound for Dixieland Have letters by the score And they're all addressed to Dixie, She's the one they all adore.
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1 score (4 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
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Cowan, Rubey; Donaldson, Will; and Jones, "Everybody's Crazy Over Dixie" (1919). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 4862.