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ASKING FOR YOU from 1960 Broadway musical "Do-Re-Me" (Jule Styne (m) Adolph Green (l) Betty Comden (l) ) as recorded by June Christy February 1961 Los Angeles I'm not asking for a dance, I'm not asking for romance. >From this moment, sending flowers, These stolen hours just won't do! I'm not looking for a fling, That's for children drunk with Spring. What I ask for is love for ever, Yes love for ever, all life through; I'm just asking for you! I'm not looking for a fling, That's for children drunk with Spring. What I ask for is love for ever, Yes for ever, all life through; I'm just asking for you, I'm just asking for you, I'm just asking for you! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - October 2014)

    


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