Les Brown, with Doris as his "girl singer", charted at #1 in 1945
Competing versions charted by Hal McIntyre (#3) and The Merry Macs (#4)
In 1951 Les Brown re-did it with The Ames Brothers and hit only # 23.
Gonna take a sentimental journey
Gonna set my heart at ease
Gonna make a sentimental journey
To renew old memories
Got my bag, got my reservation
Spent each dime I could afford
Like a child in wild anticipation
Long to hear that "All aboard"
Seven, that's the time we leave, at seven
I'll be waitin' up for heaven
Countin' every mile of railroad track
That takes me back
Never thought my heart could be so yearny
Why did I decide to roam?
Gotta take that sentimental journey
Sentimental journey home
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