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Paddlin' Madelin' Home

Paddlin' Madelin' Home
(Harry M Woods)

'Cause when I'm paddlin' Madelin' home,
Gee, when I'm paddlin' Madelin' home,
First I drift with the tide, then pull for the shore.
I hug her and kiss her and paddle some more,
Then I keep paddlin' Madelin' home,
Until I find a spot where we're alone.
Oh! She never says "no," so I kiss her and go
Paddlin' Madelin', sweet, sweet Madelin',
Paddlin' Madelin' home

'Cause when I'm paddlin' Madelin' home,
Gee, when I'm paddlin' Madelin' home,
First I kiss her a while, and when I get through,
I paddle for one mile and drift back for two,
Then I keep paddlin' Madelin' home,
Until I find a spot where we're alone.
Oh! If she'd only say, "Throw your paddles away!"
Paddlin' Madelin', sweet, sweet Madelin',
Paddlin' Madelin' home.

Harry M Woods, (c)1925, Shapiro, Bernstein, & Co.
Recorded in 1925 by Cliff Edwards
and in 1926 by the Ipana Troubadors
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