The Tic Toc Rhythm Orchestra - Molly Malone / I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen album
I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen" is a popular song written by Thomas P. Westendorf in 1875. The music is loosely based on Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Flat Minor Opus 64 Second Movement). In spite of its German-American origins, it is widely mistaken to be an Irish ballad. Westendorf, then teaching at the reform school known as the Indiana House of Refuge for Juvenile Offenders in Hendricks County, Indiana, wrote it – apparently – for his wife (who was, however, named Jennie)
The Tic Toc Rhythm Orchestra. Members: Betty Bradley, Bobby Blair, Carl Carelli, Chet Roble, Cliff Grass. Variations: Viewing All Gray Gordon And His Tic-Toc Rhythm. Gray Gordon & His Tic Toc Rhythm, Gray Gordon And His Orchestra, Gray Gordon And His Tic-Toc Rhythm Orchestra. The Uncollected Gray Gordon And His Tic-Toc Rhythm Orchestra 1939 (LP, Album). Hindsight Records (2). HSR-206. Oh! They're Making Me All Over In The Army, I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Shellac, 10"). Bluebird (3). B-10925.
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I will take you back, Kathleen To where your heart will feel no pain And when the fields are fresh and green I'II take you to your home again! I know you love me, Kathleen, dear Your heart was ever fond and true. I always feel when you are near That life holds nothing, dear, but you. The smiles that once you gave to me I scarcely ever see them now Though many, many times I see A dark'ning shadow on your brow. To that dear home beyond the sea My Kathleen shall again return. And when thy old friends welcome thee Thy loving heart will cease to yearn.
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