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In The Good Old Summertime 12

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In the
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good old sum - mer - time, In the good old sum - mer -
cot - tage next to mine In the cot - tage next to

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time, Stroll - ing through the sha - dy lanes, with your
mine, They go to bed at eight o' - clock and don't get

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ba - by mine. You hold her hand and she holds
up till nine. They pull the shades and dim the

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yours, And that's a ver - y good sign That she's your toot - sey
lights so that's a ver - y good sign There's han - ky pan - ky

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woot - sey in the good old sum - mer time. In the
go - in' on in the cot - tage next to mine.

1902