CLEMENTINE by: The ink spots


THE INK SPOTS

The Ink Spots were a popular American vocal group that helped define the musical genre that led to rhythm & blues and rock and roll, and the subgenre doo-wop. They and the Mills Brothers, another black vocal group of the 1940s, gained most acceptance in the white community. They formed in Indianapolis in the early 1930s with members Jerry Daniels (a tenor who was replaced by the most famous member, Bill Kenny, in early 1936), baritone Charlie Fuqua, second tenor Ivory "Deek" Watson, and bass Orville "Hoppy" Jones.

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In a cavern, in a canyon
Excavating for a mine
Lived a miner forty niner
And his daughter, Clementine.

Oh, my darling, oh my darling
Oh, my darling Clementine
You are lost and gone forever
Dreadful sorry, Clementine.

Light she was and like a fairy
And her shoes were number nine
Herring boxes without topses
Sandals were for Clementine.

Oh, my darling, oh my darling
Oh, my darling Clementine
You are lost and gone forever
Dreadful sorry, Clementine.

Drove she ducklings to the water
Every morning just at nine,
Hit her foot against a splinter
Fell into the foaming brine.

Oh, my darling, oh my darling
Oh, my darling Clementine
You are lost and gone forever
Dreadful sorry, Clementine.


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