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Dear Hearts and Gentle People is a song with music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Bob Hilliard that appears in the Fallout 3 E3 trailer (in a version sung by Bob Crosby and The Bob Cats), but does not appear in the actual game. The song would later appear in Fallout 4 on Diamond City Radio and in Fallout 76 on Appalachia Radio.

BackgroundEdit

The song was recorded for the Standard Program Library transcription label between Bob Crosby's April 10th and May 22nd sessions in 1950 for Coral Records. The session personnel included Yank Lawson (trumpet), Cutty Cutshall (trombone), Stan Webb (alto sax), Ernie Caceres (baritone sax), Joe Lipman (piano), Carl Kress (guitar), and Bunny Shawker (drums).[1]

LyricsEdit

I love those dear hearts and gentle people,
Who live in my home town.
Because those dear hearts and gentle people
Will never ever let you down.

They read the good book from Fri' till Monday,
That's how the weekend goes. (how it goes)
I've got a dream house I'll build there one day,
With picket fence and ramblin' rose.

I feel so welcome each time that I return
That my happy heart keeps laughin' like a clown.
I love those dear hearts and gentle people,
Who live and love in my (in my) home town.

They read the good book from Fri' till Monday,
That's how the weekend goes.
I've got a dream house I'll build there one day,
With picket fence and ramblin' rose.

I feel so welcome each time that I return
That my happy heart keeps laughin' like a clown. (like a clown)
I love those dear hearts and gentle people,
Who live and love in my home town. (in my home town)

Those dear hearts and gentle people
Who live in my home town.

VideoEdit

Dear Hearts and Gentle People [1]

Bob Crosby - Dear hearts and gentle people - Fallout 3

Bob Crosby - Dear hearts and gentle people - Fallout 3

ReferencesEdit

  1. Garrod, Charles, and Bill Korst. Bob Crosby and His Orchestra (discography). 1st ed., Zephyrhills, Florida.: Joyce Record Club, 1987. p. 41
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