Words & Music:

Daniel Decatur Emmett (1859)



Oh, I wish I was in the land of cotton.


Old times there are not forgotten,

      G           C

Look away!  Look away! 

      D          G

Look away!  Dixieland!



G               C          A7       D7

I wish I was in Dixie!  Hooray!  Hooray!

   G              C                G               D7

In Dixieland I'll make my stand to live and die in Dixie.

   G       D       G

A 'way, a 'way, a 'way down south in Dixie!

   G       D       G

A 'way, a 'way, a 'way down south in Dixie!


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