November 27, 2010
Cincinnati, Ohio


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Ohio (Rosin the Beau)

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I've travelled all over this country
From New York to Los Angeles
I spent two days in west Texas
Which is nice if you don't care for trees.
I didn't care for the mountains,
The desert or the bayou
I didn't find peace or contentment
Until I came to Ohio.

CHO: Until I came to Ohio.
Until I came to Ohio.
I didn't find peace or contentment
Until I came to Ohio.

There is music and architecture
The beautiful Music Hall stage
The people are slim and attractive
And all very young for their age.

CHO. And all very young for their age.
And all very young for their age.
The people are slim and attractive.
And all very young for their age.

The landscape is pleasant and rolling,
As far as the eye can see.
And thanks to their Christian upbringing,
They sing in four-part harmony.

CHO: They sing in four-part harmony.
They sing in four-part harmony.
And thanks to their Christian upbringing
They sing in four-part harmony.

Columbus is lovely, and Dayton
Akron is perfect, Lord knows,
And Cleveland's a beautiful city
Where the Cuyahoga flows.
So tell your friends and relations
Tell your mother and daddy
If you're tired of life on the coasts
There is happiness in Cincinnati

CHO: There is happiness in Cincinnati
There is happiness in Cincinnati
If you're tired of life on the coasts,

There is happiness in Cincinnati