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know just what to do
If you still want me, if you still want me

Whoa, tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree
It's been three long years, do you
Let's burn down the cornfield 
Let's burn down the cornfield 
And we can listen to it burn 

You hide behind the oak tree 
You hide behind
Let's burn down the cornfield
Let's burn down the cornfield
And we can listen to it burn
You hide behind the oak tree
You hide behind the oak
There was a tall oak tree that loved a bubblin' brook
And the bubblin' brook loved a mountain high
And the mountain high loved the sky above
Let's burn down the cornfield 
Let's burn down the cornfield 
We can listen to it burn 

We'll hide behind the oak tree 
Hide behind the oak
The way I feel is like a robin
Whose babes have flown to come no more
A tall oak tree alone and cryin'
When the birds have flown and the nest is
There was a tall oak tree
That loved a babblin brook,
And the babblin brook
loved the mountain high,
And the mountain high
Loved the sky above.
I sowed a seed
Underneath the oak tree
I trod it in
With my boots I trampled it down


I sowed a rose
Underneath the oak
Lightning spoke to the wind, "The devil's in me today, my friend
Do you see that old oak tree down yonder?
Blow like hell and bring down thunder
I walked through the park and saw a young oak tree growing,
Growing beside an old bark hit by lightning.
I asked the young tree how he wished
Only one can make the valley deep
The mountain high, the oak tree strong
Only one can bless us while we sleep
And give us faith to keep
To keep
Up a Lazy River by the old mill run
That lazy lazy river in the noon day sun
Linger in the shade of an old oak tree
Throw away your troubles dream
anything would turn out right?

Woah, baby, come and lay by me
In the cool, cool shade of that old, oak tree
You can go, oh, so high

Painting by to that
that old oak tree that I used to play on
Down the lane I walk with my sweet Mary
Hair of gold and lips like cherries
It's good to touch the green green
to an old oak tree

Nothing good happens
the same oak tree

Baby you and me

Baby you and me
Woh, ohh, you and me
(you and me)

(you and me)
You and me

We're two of a kind
Same frame
go away
To the busyness of town
It looked like you could walk on it
Yeah it looks like you could walk on it
All piled under the old oak tree
Goodnight love we'll meet again
Tomorrow down by the old oak tree

Climb up here and she's up there
And they're keepin' us worlds apart
I'm in misery she's in
I believe I'm an oak tree in the rock
Even if a storm will hit me
I will keep standing
When I she'd a tear I plant a tree

Sorrow is the soul
Oak Hanging Tree
It's the Old Oak Hanging Tree

Nothing will grow in the ground
The Old Oak is killing it all
If you are ever around
There's a black crow sitting on a bare oak tree
And the winter sun is low
And it's painting shadows on the old brown hills
And the meadows down
And stronger than the wild oak tree
That's how I will hold you, oh, darling, endlessly

Oh, my love, you are my heaven
You are my kingdom, you
In south carolina
There are many tall pines
I remember the oak tree
That we used to climb

But it makes me feel better
Each time it begins
lonesome valley a hangin' on a white oak tree

Hang down your head Tom Dooley

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