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By The Old Ohio Shore - Song and Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald and Mary Earl

By The Old Ohio Shore

By The Old Ohio Shore

Year 1921

Lyrics by Ballard MacDonald
Music by Mary Earl

Shapiro, Bernstein and Co.
Broadway and 47th Street
New York

  First Verse
Love's in the air I'll take you where You fell in love with me When shadows fall You will recall Visions of used to be, dear:

Second Verse
You were so sweet Joy was complete Life seemed a song of bliss Years have gone by Yet not a sigh Since I first felt your kiss, dear:

Chorus
Let your mem'ry stray Back Ohio way Drifting down a stream one June night In a birch canoe 'Neath the Heavens blue Where the willows greet the moonlight As we glide along I can hear your song Just as in the days of yore While the stars above Smile upon our love By the old Ohio shore.

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