"'Tis Autumn" as written by and Henry Nemo....
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Old Father time checked, so there'd be no doubt;

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Called on the North wind to come on out,

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Then cupped his hands so proudly to shout,

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"La-di-dah di-dah-di-dum, 'tis autumn!"


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Trees say they're tired, they've born too much fruit;

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Charmed on the wayside, there's no dispute.

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Now shedding leaves, they don't give a hoot --

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La-di-dah di-dah-di-dum, 'tis autumn!



Bridge:

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Then the birds got together to chirp about the weather

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Mmmm - mmm - mmm - mmm.

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After makin' their decision, in birdie-like precision,

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Turned about, and made a beeline to the south.



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My holding you close really is no crime --

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Ask the birds and the trees and old Father Time.

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It's just to help the mercury climb.

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La-di-dah di-dah-di-dum, 'tis autumn.



(Instrumental Interlude - first 2 lines of verse)


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It's just to help the mercury climb.

D9 E7 F7 A
La-di-dah di-dah-di-dum, 'tis au - tumn.



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"'Tis Autumn" as written by Henry Nemo

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