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Judy Garland – When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam' lyrics

Hanna*When*
the midnight choo choo leaves for Alabam' Don
*Alabam'*
Alabam', Hanna
*I'll*
be right there Don.
*Where'll*
you be where'll, you be Hanna?
*I've*
got my fair Don
*Show*
it to me Show, it to me Hanna
*When*
I see that rusty haired conductor man Don
*What'll*
you do What'll, you do Hanna
*I'll*
grab him by the collar and I'll holler "Alabam' Alabam'! "!Don
*Pow*
Hanna!
*That's*
where you stop your train that, brings me back again Down
home where I'll remain where, my honey lamb am I.
will be right there with bells when, that old conductor yells "All,
aboard All! aboard All! aboard for Alabam'" Both
*I
will be right there with bells when that old conductor yells "All,
aboard All! aboard All! aboard for Alabam'"



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