||27 Января 2022г.
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From Cape Cod Light to the Mississip', to San-
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They're talkin' ' bout this famous place,
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down Greenwich Village way.
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They hootenanny all the time with folks from
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Come Sunday morning, rain or shine, right in
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And so I got my banjo out, just sitting, catching
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And painted right across the case,
'Greenwich Village or Bust!'
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My folks were sad to see me go, but I got no
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So, I said, goodbye, Kansas, Mo. and
hello, Washington Square.
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Near Tennessee, I met a guy who
played 12 string guitar.
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He also had a mighty voice, not to
mention a car.
Each time he hit those bluegrass chords, you
sure smelled mountain air.
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I said, don't waste it on the wind, come
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on to Washington Square.
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In New Orleans, we saw a gal a-walkin'
with no shoes.
And from her throat there comes a growl, she
sure was singin' the blues.
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She sang for all humanity, this gal with raven
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I said, it's for the world to hear, come to
We cannonballed into New York on good old
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'Til up ahead we saw the arch, agleamin'
bright in the sun.
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As far as all the eye could see, ten thousand
folks were there.
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And singing in sweet harmony, right in
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Let's go to Washington Square - come on to