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Peaked at # 2 in 1940, with competing versions by Dinah Shore at # 17 and by Bobby Byrne
	at # 19
Later charted by Perry Como (duet with Eddie
-moe, 
Dinah-moe 
From the dinah-moe humm 

I got a spot that gets me hot 
But you ain't been to it 
I got a spot that gets me hot 
But you ain't been to it
-moe, 
Dinah-moe 
From the dinah-moe humm 

I got a spot that gets me hot 
But you ain't been to it 
I got a spot that gets me hot 
But you ain't been to it
Always wear this great big smile
We never do look sour

[Chorus:]

Would I go...
You...
Let me off...
And I'll walk down to Greenwood

[Chorus:]
Ray's guitar broke. No, we won't play Rawhide, won't play anything. 
We'll play the theme from the Dinah Shore show. 
Who wants to be Dinah Shore
tree
Here's a list of people who are Jewish just like you and me
David Lee Roth lights the menorah
So do James Caan, Kirk Douglas, and the late Dinah
a Christmas tree
Here's a list of people who are Jewish just like you and me
David Lee Roth lights the menorah
So do James Caan, Kirk Douglas, and the late
wear this great big smile
we never do look sour

[CHORUS]
Would I go...
you ...
Let me off ...
and I'll walk down to Greenwood

[CHORUS]
here to stay, and that sweet summer breeze will blow forever
Go down to the shore, kick off your shoes, dive in the empty ocean

One day, do you think
to stay, and that sweet summer breeze will blow forever 
Go down to the shore, kick off your shoes, dive in the empty ocean 

One day, do you think we'll
Ship to shore, do you read me anymore,
This line is bad, and fading,
Ship to shore, answer my call,
Send me a signal, a beacon to bring me home;
Ship to shore, do you read
Me anymore.
This line is bad, and fading,
Ship to shore, answer my call,
Send me a signal, a beacon to
Bring me home;
way, by the moonlit bay, 
When I lingered awhile, she stole my heart away, 
Yaaka hula hickey dula, Yaaka hula hickey du. 
Oh, I don't care if you
nothing to fear
I'm just going where the rivers flow

You can find me in a rubbery boat
Down in Mexico you can send me a note
Care of a old buffalo singing
Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry
Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

You see that girl with the red dress on,
Some folks
of our hand
Don't you care about the state you're in
Or don't you understand? 

See the spirit floating on the water
See the shadow lying down by
Now that you're gone
I'm alone on the shore
You're not walking with me
So the song of the sea
Isn't sweet anymore

But the soft, soft sands
Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry
Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

You see that girl with the red dress on,
Some folks
way, by the moonlit bay, 
When I lingered awhile, she stole my heart away, 
Yaaka hula hickey dula, Yaaka hula hickey du. 
Oh, I don't care if you
are the words to answer you
When you talk that way?
Ooo-ooo, oh

As sun goes down
On the western shore
The wind blows hard from the east
It whips
enough love and yet
She or he starts feeling regret
What do you get, one broken heart  

Oh, I don't want to be
No stranger on the shore of love with
Down by the river, down by the sea.
Down by the water, will you come with me,
The fish are watching, I don't really care
Down by the river if you
me and my guitar, 
Essentially me and my guitar
Oh, maybe a few friends fall by for tea, 
A little bit of "who do you love?"
But pay no attention
Every man must swim or drown,
Head for the breakers on the shore, on the shore! 
Hey boys for Elzevir, he put John in Fortune's care,
For no man ever
know what I want

At least I tell myself
To set my heart on fire
With the love of someone else
Then why do ya run?
You want to take good care