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Out one day
Walking one day
Out one day, with you hallelujah
We found a wood with Trolly's on wheels
Rolling all around the hills
Hallelujah

And just as soon it had slipped into
The sleepy dusk and it's not very likely
That we'll see it a... we'll see it again

Out one day
Walking one day
Out one day, with you hallelujah
We found a wood and then we unfound a wood
And then we cried, "Oh No"
And, please tell me will we ever find again?
In the depths of Trolly Wood
Do trollies still drive?

Gone for the day to the Trolly Wood
I'm gone for the day to the Trolly Wood
The Trolly Wood is taken me away

Out one day
Walking one day
Out one day, with you hallelujah
We found a wood and then we unfound a wood
And then we cried, "Oh No"
And, please tell me will we ever find again?
In the depths of Trolly Wood
Do trollies still drive?

Gone for the day to the Trolly Wood
I'm gone for the day to the Trolly Wood
The Trolly Wood is taken me away

[repeat verse again]

Gone for the day to the Trolly Wood
I've gone for the day to the Trolly Wood
I've gone for the day to the Trolly Wood
The Trolly Wood is taken me away

So, out one day
Walking one day
Out one day with you hallelujah.



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