Ramona
The Gaylords Lyrics


I wander out yonder o'er the hills
Where the mountains high
Seem to kiss the sky
Someone is out yonder, o'er the hills
Waiting patiently, Waiting just for me

Ramona, I hear the mission bells above
Ramona, they're ringing out our song of love
I press you, caress you, and bless the day you taught me to care
To always remember the rambling rose you wear in your hair
Ramona, when day is done you'll hear my call
Ramona, we'll meet beside the water fall
I dread the dawn when I awake to find you gone
Ramona I need you my own

Let's wander out yonder o'er the hills
By a babbling brook
Where we'll find a nook
To build our own love nest, o'er the hills
Darling of my heart, Never more to part

Ramona, I hear the mission bells above
Ramona, they're ringing out our song of love
I press you, caress you, and bless the day you taught me to care
To always remember the rambling rose you wear in your hair
Ramona, when day is done you'll hear my call
Ramona, we'll meet beside the water fall
I dread the dawn when I awake to find you gone
Ramona I need you my own

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Written by: L. Wolfe Gilbert, Mabel Wayne

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tatubert82

I remember singing this song in high school  ..  I was 15 yrs. old & shook all the way through it but they clapped  ..  no boos!!  What sweet memories these songs bring back to me!!  Thank you & bless you!!  tess

Francis Alan Wormald

AT 82 I so recall this fine & funny Group...I still play my C/D with their very best numbers!!!...I lucky to still be enjoying!!

Karen Benning

Ronnie Gaylord, Burt Bonaldi, and my Uncle Don Rea. All three talented men have passed on but what a wonderful gift of music they left the world!

David M. Scott

They had such a romantic sound and very unique as compared to the other groups. They had powerful voices. The only other quartet that had that vocal strength was Al Alberts and The Four Aces. How lucky you were have your uncle Don as part of the wonderful music of that era.

Dim Man

Dear Karen please correct the biography of your Uncle Don Rea because it's appear to be alive and it's be 91 y.o. Thanks!

David M. Scott

This came out when I was about 14 and really interested in pop music as it was all like this in the early 50’s .. romantic and Quartets where in Big. I remember a neighbour who was about 18 and part of a one. They all dressed in light green sport coats, dark green “draped pants” shirts and bow ties. How I envied him. When I started grade seven there were four seniors .. grade nine.. who would harmonize at recess and after lunch.
The 50s were a great time to be a teen as the world was recovering from WW2 and booming and life was not complicated for us lucky enough to have a good stable family life. I still listen to this music and still play in groups at 80 👍🏼

MultiSweener

My dad introduced me to this. Thanks Dad.

Isrek1

I love this number and remember it well.

TheSteamtramman

They look like the market spivs we used to have in London.....but it's a servicable version!!

TheAloweWolf

Very Nice Song! I like!

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