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LAND OF ENCHANTMENT

In the Land of Enchantment on an island far away
Lives the merry old lady of the Grand Highway.
And she sings gaily, gaily as she goes from day to day,
And you'll hear her if you ever pass that way.

In the Land of Delightment on an island far away
Lives a merry old fellow who just loves to play
And sing gaily, gaily as he goes from day to day,
And you'll hear him if you ever pass that way.

In the land of amusement on an island far away
There's a merely young maiden of whom they say
That she sings gaily, gaily as she goes from day to day,
And you'll hear her if you ever pass that way.

In the land of amazement on an island far away
Lose a marry young boy on the shore of the bay
Who sings gaily, gaily as he goes from day to day
And you'll hear him if you ever pass that way.

In the land of enrichment on an island far away
Lives a merry little family in a little house gray,
And they sing gaily, gaily as they go from day to day,
And you'll hear them if you ever pass that way.

In the land of fascination on an island far away
Lives a merry little dog who can talk they say
And singing gaily, gaily as he goes from day to day,
And you'll hear him if you ever pass that way.

In the land of joy and pleasure on that island far away
Is a merry little village built on top of the clay,
And they sing gaily, gaily as they go from day to day,
And you'll hear them if you ever pass that way.

CHORUS:
Singing, "Hi, ho, howdy. Oh, it's a wonderful day,
And I'm so glad that you have passed my way."
Singing, "Hi, ho, howdy. Oh, won't you care to stay
And talk and sing and laugh with me today."