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Jim Dixon Lyr Req: McNulty Family songs (54* d) Lyr Add: WHEN IT'S TEATIME IN THE MEADOWS (McNulty 22 Feb 20


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WHEN IT'S TEATIME IN THE MEADOWS
Ann McNulty
As recorded by The McNulty Family, Decca 12263, 1947.

[A] When it's teatime in the meadows, I'll be coming home to you.
I'll kiss your cheek, your lips, your hair, and your lovely eyes of blue.
Oh, my darling, how I love you, and I know you love me too!
When it's teatime in the meadows, I'll be coming home to you.

[B] Darling, how alone I feel, thinking, dear, of you!
Longing for the day to come to [untintelligible—rhymes with "you"]
But now, my love, we're far apart and I can only say
That someday soon with God's own help I'll be really(?) on my way.

[Repeat A]


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