The city south is very proud
Of all its pretty girls
There’s one who takes the prize
She’s a little angel in disguise
Her name is like the land sheloves
Its d-i-x-i-e
And the land she loves loves Dixie
From the gulf down to the sea

Everybody’s crazy over Dixie
All her charms remind you of the south
Cheeks like Georgia peaches rare
Golden sunbeams match her hair
And her smile is bound to win you
She’s the pride of all Virginia

Blue eyes like the blue birds of Kentucky
Lips as sweet as sugar cane down there—where
Every boy throughout the land
Has tried to win her heart and hand
They’re crazy over Dixie in dear old Dixieland

The telephones all though the south
Are busy night and day
All the universe has tried
To converse with dear old Dixie’s pride
Some hell train bound for Dixieland
Has letters by the score
And they’re all addressed to Dixie
She’s the one they all adore

Everybody’s crazy over Dixie
All her charms remind you of the south
Cheeks like Georgia peaches rare
Golden sunbeams match her hair
And her smile is bound to win you
She’s the pride of all Virginia

Blue eyes like the blue birds of Kentucky
Lips as sweet as sugar cane down there—where
Every boy throughout the land
Has tried to win her heart and hand
They’re crazy over Dixie in dear old Dixieland




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    General CommentThat hell train was a bit like the goblet of fire. It gurgled, burst into fun, obnoxious and educational song, and then fizzled out.
    Hell train?
    Um, I was just whistling Dixie
    sillybunnyon October 24, 2016   Link

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