"My Ohio Home" as written by and Gus/donaldson Kahn....
I want to wake up in the mornin
And hear the birdies say goodmornin
The way they always say goodmornin
In my Ohio home
I want to ramble with the roses
I know just where to find the roses
I used to ramble with the roses in my Ohio home

Got to thinking it over at the close of the day
Got to dreaming of clover and the new mown hay
and say
I want to wonder in the moonlight
And meet my sweety in the moonlight
I'm gonna meet her in the moonlight in my Ohio home

I want to wake up wake up in the mornin
And hear the birdies say a good good mornin
The way they always say good mornin in my Ohio home
I want to ramble ramble with the roses
I know just where to find the lovely roses
I used to ramble with the roses in my Ohio home
Got to thinking it over
At the close of the day
I got to dreamin of clover and the new mown hay
and say

I want to wonder wonder in the moonlight
and meet my lovely sweety in the moonlight
I'm gonna meet her in the moonlight
I'm gonna hug her I'm gonna kiss her
In my Ohio home


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"My Ohio Home" as written by Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn

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