Gee, I’m Glad That I’m from Dixie Lyrics

1921 Old Song
Gee, I’m Glad That I’m from Dixie Lyrics

Conductor man, wave your hand.
Start this train a-movin’ for old Dixieland.
I can’t wait, don’t hesitate.
Tell that engineer to hit his fast escape.
Time for me to bend the knee,
Standin’ in that door waiting there to see,
Down at the station
There’ll be a demonstration
Of Southern hospitality.

Gee, I’m glad that I’m from Dixie,
Down where the Swanee River’s flowing.
That’s where this choo-choo am a-going.
I hope you make a bee-line through old Virginia,
Cross the Carolinas into Alabam’,
Then give me time to send a telegram
That I’se comin’,
Yeah comin’.
So weep no more, my lady.
Oh gee, I’m glad that I’m from Dixie,
So I can get a Dixie welcome home.


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