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Sunday In Savannah lyrics

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Rosemary Clooney – Sunday In Savannah lyrics

One more Sunday in Savannah
Hear the whole creation shoutin', 'Praise the Lord'
See them flingin' out the banner
While the congregation says 'Amen'

Young folks, tendin' Sunday school
Sing merrily 'bout the golden rule
Parsons' dronin' all the day
Yeah, verily in the righteous way

Time to call on old Anne Hannah
While she sits there wishing for her last reward
Peaceful Sunday in Savannah
Don't you dare go fishin', son, Amen

Time to call on old Anne Hannah
While she sits there wishing for her last reward
Peaceful Sunday in Savannah
Don't you dare go fishin', son, Amen



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