"'Tis Autumn" as written by and Henry Nemo....
Old Father Time checked so there'd be no doubt
Called on the north wind to come on out
Then cupped his hands so proudly to shout
"La-de-da de-la-de-dum, 'tis autumn"

The trees say they're tired they bore too much fruit
Charmed all the wayside there's no dispute
Now shedding leaves they don't give a hoot
La-de-da de-la-de-dum, 'tis autumn

Then the birds got together
To chirp about the weather

After makin' their decision
In birdie-like precision
Turned about and made a bee-line to the south

My holding you close is really no crime
Ask the birds the trees and Old Father Time
It's just to help the mercury climb
La-de-da de-la-de-dum, 'tis autumn

Then the birds got together
To chirp about the weather

After makin' their decision
In birdie-like precision
Turned about and made a bee-line to the south

My holding you close is really no crime
Ask the birds the trees and old Father Time
It's just to help the mercury climb
La-de-da de-la-de-dum
La-de-da de-la-de-dum
La-de-da de-la-de-dum, 'tis autumn


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"'Tis Autumn" as written by Henry Nemo

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