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Jeanette MacDonald – Beyond The Blue Horizon lyrics

Beyond The Blue Horizon
Jeanette Macdonald
(words by Leo Robin; music by Richard A. Whiting and W. Franke Harling)

Introduced by Jeanette Macdonald in the film "Monte Carlo" and sung by her
In the 1944 film "Follow the Boys."

[Verse:]
Blow, whistle blow away,
Blow away the past.
Go engine anywhere.
I don't care how fast.
On, on from darkness into dawn,
From rain into the rainbow,
Brfly with me.
Brgone, gone all my grief and woe.
Brwhat matter where I go if I am free?
Br
Br(refrain)
Brbeyone the blue horizon
Brwaits a beautiful day.
Brgoodbye to things that bore me.
Brjoy is waiting for me.
Bri see a new horizon.
Brmy life has only begun.
Brbeyond the blue horizon lies a rising sun.
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Brfrom: Gloria "Montcomags"
Montcomags@Mclinc. Org
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