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AS I SEE IT (Peter Carroll) as recorded by Carole Carr 1959 You ask me what I think of love, Mind if I surmise? For this is one emotion I find hard to analyse. Love, as I see it, Is not such a grand affair. Spring, as I see it, Is not such a deadly snare. I've often tried to fall, But always I recover; No handsome lover Ever conquered me! And another thing; Night, as I see it, Is only a friend to the moon. Stars, as I see them, Merely herald the day too soon. But as I see you standing there, I wonder, could it be true? Is this love as I'm seeing it with you? Is this love as I'm seeing it with you? (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2017)

    


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