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"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
"God Bless America"
By Irving Berlin

While the storm clouds gather far across the sea,
 let us swear allegiance to a land that's free.
Let us
Be Careful, It's My Heart
Bing Crosby
Words and music by Irving Berlin
-From the musical "Holiday Inn"
Sweetheart of mine, I've sent you
Be Careful, It's My Heart
Bing Crosby
Words and music by Irving Berlin
-From the musical "Holiday Inn"
Sweetheart of mine, I've sent you
Away with the music of Broadway
Be off with your Irving Berlin
Oh I give no quarter to Kern or Cole Porter
And Gershwin keeps pounding on tin
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
the place. And I'm pale as I ever was baby face, with a frame like a skeleton. Skinny kid, no friends still love by everyone. No shit I was cool, I had plenty
god works in mysterious ways, 
Like everything happens for a reason. 
I had to believe it, cause that explains why the leave us. 
As in people that