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Beyond The Blue Horizon
Beyond The Blue Horizon
Jeanette MacDonald
(words by Leo Robin; music by Richard A. Whiting and W. Franke Harling)

Introduced by Jeanette MacDonald in the film "Monte Carlo" and sung by her
in the 1944 film "Follow the Boys."

Blow, whistle blow away,
Blow away the past.
Go engine anywhere.
I don't care how fast.
On, on from darkness into dawn,
From rain into the rainbow,
BRFly with me.
BRGone, gone all my grief and woe.
BRWhat matter where I go if I am free?
BRBeyone the blue horizon
BRWaits a beautiful day.
BRGoodbye to things that bore me.
BRJoy is waiting for me.
BRI see a new horizon.
BRMy life has only begun.
BRBeyond the blue horizon lies a rising sun.
BRFrom: Gloria "Montcomags"
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Beyond The Blue Horizon

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