"Italian Street Song" as written by Victor Herbert and Rida Johnson Young....
Ah my heart is back in Napoli,
Dear Napoli, dear Napoli,
And I seem to hear again in dreams
Her revelry, her sweet revelry.
The mandolinas playing sweet, the
pleasant sound of dancing feet,
Oh, could I return, oh, joy complete.
Napoli, Napoli, Napoli.

Zing, zing, zizzy, zizzy, zing, zing,
Boom, boom, ay.
Zing, zing, zizzy, zizzy, zing, zing
Mandolinas gay.
Zing, zing, zizzy, zizzy, zing, zing
Boom, boom, aye. La, la, la, ha, ha, ha, Zing,
Boom, ay.
La, la, la, la, ha, ha, ha zing, boom, ay.

The mandolinas playing sweet, the
pleasant sound of dancing feet,
Oh, could I return, oh, joy complete.
Napoli, Napoli, Napoli.

Zing, zing, zizzy, zizzy, zing, zing,
Boom, boom, ay.
Zing, zing, zizzy, zizzy, zing, zing
Mandolinas gay.
Zing, zing, zizzy, zizzy, zing, zing
Boom, boom, aye. La, la, la, ha, ha, ha, Zing,
Boom, ay.
La, la, la, la, ha, ha, ha zing, boom, ay.


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"Italian Street Song" as written by Victor Herbert David A. Conner

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