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Dayton Ohio 1903 Lyrics

Artist: Randy Newman
Album: Sail Away

Let's sing a song of long ago
When things were green and movin' slow
And people'd stop to say hello
Or they'd say hi to you
"Would you like to come over for tea
With the missus and me?"
It's a real nice way
To spend the day
In Dayton Ohio
ON a lazy Sunday afternoon in 1903

Let's sing a song of long ago
When things could grow
And days flowed quietly
The air was clean and you could see
And folks were nice to you
"Would you like to come over for tea
With the missus and me?"
It's a real nice way
To spend the day
In Dayton, Ohio
On a lazy Sunday afternoon in 1903
Comments/Interpretations
by Skippy on 6/7/2008 2:10pm
This song is special. It makes me forget my problems and imagine sitting on a porch on a spring day.
by George Duncan Scotland on 3/24/2009 6:19am
This is one of Randy's finest compositions ... I just love it .... it evokes so much of the beauty of the old days ... wish I lived then. Thankyou
by Jeff Lowery on 10/25/2009 6:05pm
But what he's really commenting on is that this slow-flowing friendly world was about to change: two Dayton boys who owned a bicycle shop in Dayton would, by the end of that year, travel to Kitty Hawk and launch the first airplane... something that would contribute to the extinction of the lazy, neighborly afternoons in Dayton, Ohio.


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