From the recording Back Home In Indiana

This is an Indiana song for sure. The Hoosier Hot Shots recorded it in 1934. One of my favorite versions is by Pete Fountain from New Orleans.


Back home again, in Indiana, and it seems that I can see; same old candlelight, still shinning bright, through the sycamores for me. The new mown hay, sends all it's fragrance, from the fields I used to roam; When the moon comes shinning down upon the Wabash, then I recognize my Indiana home.