Lyrics for An American Trilogy by Elvis Presley

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Following conventional lyric notation practice, words are broken into syllables to interpret the phrasing of the lyrics. Each word syllable in the lyrics below represents a note on the vocal part of this arrangement. A hyphen '-' or trailing hyphens following a word syllable indicates that the word syllable is extended over more than one note.
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An American Trilogy - Elvis Presley
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INTRO . . . .
Oh I wish....
- - I was in the land of cot-ton

Old things they are not for-got-ten
Look a-way, look a-way,
look a-way Dix-ie-land

- Oh I wish I was in Dix-ie,
A-way, a-way

In Dix-ie-land I take my stand
to live and die in Dix-ie

'Cause Dix-ie-land,
that´s where I was born
Ear-ly Lord one frost-y morn-ing

Look a-way, look a-way,
look a-way Dix-ie-land

- Glo-ry, glo-ry hal-le-lu-jah
Glo-ry, glo-ry hal-le-lu-jah

Glo-ry, glo-ry hal-le-lu-jah
His truth is march-ing on....

- - - So hush lit-tle ba-by
Don´t you cry
You know your dad-dy´s bound to die

But all my tri-als,
Lord will soon be o-ver

Glo-ry, glo-ry hal-le-lu-jah
His truth is march-ing on....

- - - His truth is march-ing on.... -