Irving Berlin, Jay Blackton There's No Business Like Show Business - From

There's No Business Like Show Business - From "Annie Get Your Gun"
by & Jay Blackton
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Jan 7, 2015
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There's No Business Like Show Business - From "Annie Get Your Gun" Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
When the midnight choo choo leaves for Alabam'
I'll be right there, I've got my fair
When I see that rusty haired conductor man
I'll grab him by the collar and I'll holler "Alabam'! Alabam'!"
Verse 2
That's where you stop your train, that brings me back again
Down home where I'll remain, where my honey lamb am
I will be right there with bells, when that old conductor yells
"All aboard! All aboard! All aboard for Alabam!"

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