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Indiana's Heart
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Indiana's Heart

Rolling through the countryside,
Traveling all around,
Hoosier people are the best
That ever could be found.

City people hurry past,
Yet stop to chat awhile,
Country people have a tale,
that always makes me smile.

The land, it varies greatly,
Summer fields of waving grain,
Where thunderclouds hover
And lightening sends the rain.

Our cardinals, oh so scarlet!
And our Wabash wanders through,
Indiana's heart of love,
Will always beckon you.

To leave my Indiana,
To fly above this land,
Within my heart a promise kept...
I will come home again.

~Bonnie Badgley/David~
January 25, 2006

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Submitted: Saturday, January 28, 2006

Last Updated: Saturday, January 28, 2006

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