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ARE THESE REALLY MINE? David Saxon / Sunny Skylar / Cooke Jeri Southern rec 1958 also- Vaughan Monroe & his Orch '45 Gene Krupa & his Orch I remember when a star was just a star, And the moon was just a thing up in the blue; Then you passed by, and suddenly my world Was filled with the magic that is you. Dewdrops on a rosebud and diamonds in the snow, Robins in the meadow, the tides that come and go, Kisses sweet and tender when lights are soft and low, Are these really mine? Leaves that fall in Autumn, the breezes passing by, Dawning with its stillness, the rainbows in the sky, Words that go unspoken and lips that breathe a sigh, Are these really mine? Life to me was such an empty thing, it had no start; Then you came along and there was Spring Within my lonely heart. Summer's sweet enchantment and fireflies at night, Eyes that tell a story and glow with angel light, Lips that say, "I love you!", and arms that hold me tight, Are these really mine? Lips that say, "I love you!", and arms that hold me tight, Are these really mine? (Contributed by Peter Akers - September 2008)

    


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