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Charles Ives THE CIRCUS BAND

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Uploaded on Jul 4, 2008

American bass-baritone Donald Gramm sings Ives'
THE CIRCUS BAND (pianist: Donald Hassard)

All summer long, we boys
dreamed 'bout big circus joys!
Down Main street, comes the band,
Oh! "Aint it a grand and glorious noise!"

Horses are prancing, knights advancing;
Helmets gleaming, pennants streaming,
Cleopatra's on her throne!
That golden hair is all her own.

Where is the lady all in pink?
Last year she waved to me I think,
Can she have died? Can! that! rot!
She is passing but she sees me not.

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