Past Raggedys

Two
 
 
 
 

Georgene Raggedy Ann
31 inch   1947


Picture Courtesy of Jennifer Towne in New Jersey.

Raggedy Ann lived with Mammy for many years.
She loves making homemade biscuits the best.


 

Georgene Raggedy Ann
32 inches - 1947


Photo Courtesy of JoAnne on the Shores of the Chesapeake.

This Raggedy Ann comes from a fine Northern
Home. She is used to the finer things of life and
does not do house work. All she asks is that all
meals be served in a timely manner.


An Early Knickerbocker

Picture courtesy of  Isabel in California
I just couldn't  let this Raggedy Ann NOT get on
the page. We can't see all of her, but ALL
you need to see is this sweet face.

Knickerbocker 35 inch
1963

Picture courtesy of Dan.
This Raggedy Ann comes from the midwest.
Through early training, she was taught to stand
up straight and don't get your clothes dirty. She
 has always remember those lessons.

Raggedy Index










TILL WE MEET AGAIN
(verse 1)
There's a song in the land of the li-ly
Each sweet heart has heard with a sigh
O-ver high gar-den walls this sweet e-cho falls
As a sol-dier boy whis-pers good-bye.

(chorus)
Smile the while you kiss me sad a-dieu
When the clouds roll by I'll come to you
Then the skies will seem more blue
Down in lov-ers lane my dearie
Wedding bells will ring so mer-ri-ly
Ev-'ry tear will be a mem-o-ry
So wait and pray each night for me
Till we meet again.

(chorus)
Smile the while you kiss me sad a-dieu
When the clouds roll by I'll come to you
Then the skies will seem more blue
Down in lov-ers lane my dear-ie
Wed-ding bells will ring so mer-ri-ly
Ev-'ry tear will be a mem-o-ry
So wait and pray each night for me
Till we meet again.

(somehow when I sing along I can't fit
in the second verse- only the first verse and 2 chorus's)
(verse 2)
Tho' good-bye means the birth os a tear drop,
Hel-lo means the birth of a smile.
And the smile will e-rase the blight-ing trace,
when we meet in the af-ter-a-while.
 
 
 

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