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��2 When the day is closing o'er us, Uralio, Uralio, And the landscape fades before us,

Uralio, Uralio, When our merry men quit their mowing, And along the glen horns are blowing, Sweetly then we'll raise the chorus, Uralio, Uralio. Chorus. — La la la, etc.

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