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Way down yonder by the forks of the branch
The old sow whistled and the little pigs danced
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I bet I've seen
Way down yonder by the forks of the branch
The old sow whistled and the little pigs danced
Burma Shave Burma Burma Burma Shave
I bet I've seen
I took myself down to the Tally-Ho Tavern to buy me a bottle of beer
I sat me down by a tender young maiden whose eyes were as dark as her hair
Pick up your laundry, doctor's at ten
We're out of toothpaste, rehearsal (again)
Stop by the bank and cash my pay
These are the things I must get done
and clear.
Tally ho, your health my dear.

I went out to see if I could fall in love again,
That was my mistake.
Why, that was my mistake.
One by one I
By: jimmy buffett, buzz cason
1971
I have watched as the sun went down
I have crashed as the room spun around
Now she's gone, she can't be found
Breaking up my world
And I'm giving up my heart
Little by little by little by little

I'm losing all my pride
It's really getting bad
Hurting deep
Breaking up my world
And I'm giving up my heart
Little by little by little by little

I'm losing all my pride
It's really getting bad
Hurting deep
up my world and I'm giving up my heart
Little by little by little by little

I'm losing all my pride, it's really getting bad
Hurting deep inside is
and clear.
Tally ho, your health my dear.

I went out to see if I could fall in love again,
That was my mistake.
Why, that was my mistake.
One by one I
I took myself down to the Tally Ho Tavern
To buy me a bottle of beer
And I sat me down by a tender young lady
Who's eyes were as dark as her hair
lists

 Pick up your laundry, doctor's at ten
 We're out of toothpaste, rehearsal (again)
 Stop by the bank and cash my pay
 These are the things I
Westbound taken, exiled Texan
From a former Dutch trade encampment
Former slave quarters tucked by the alley
Serf population too high to tally
little bitty fight
You're drunk and broken hearted
And it's twelve o'clock at night
And you ain't got a dime in your old blue jeans
But by God you got
I took myself down to the Tally Ho Tavern,
To buy me a bottle of beer.
And I sat me down by a tender young maiden,
Who's eyes were as dark as her
can

Get down to business
I think it's time I paid a little visit
To my run down neighborhood cemetery
To tally up the people I buried
57, 58, 59,
You ever wonder why you get a cold
Look at the word, spell it, see-old
See-old, you're pulled over by the reaper for a warning

He says,"I clocked
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I should write a report
on why we change day to day
with hours and hours of research
and humans locked up in a cage

then tally
welcome to Tally Hall

Can I get a click flick off of the switch
and we'll ignite the night in pitch
Singin songs you like to hear
And the world will
the hills and they valleys
And they're migrants and farmers
And miners and humans
Our census neglected to tally

And the rain falls and blows through
there are two more of your friends I know 
you'll want to see, they're waitin' for you." There they were standin' 
side by side and smilin' at me--Hank
In the desert we get sunburned. Tally up our losses by a broken down car. We're surprised we got this far. What will your parents think? You gave up
of your friends I know 
you'll want to see, they're waitin' for you." There they were standin' side by side and smilin' at me--
Hank Williams and Johnny
And carves his peg onto the finest mahagony!
Or was it Ebony?

Tallys up his loneliness, notch by notch
For the sea offers nothing to hold or touch
Notch
lane
You'd rather see my mosquiot tally, all that moves is fair game
Now I don't wanna know how it feels not to be loose
So I'm leavin' here on the first