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A TREE IN THE PARK From the Broadway musical "Peggy-Ann" (1926) (Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers) Helen Morgan - 1927 Frank Black & His Orch. - 1927 Jack Hylton & His Orch. (vocal: Jack Hylton) - 1927 Sarah Vaughan - 1954 Also recorded by: Bossom Dearie; Louise Carlyle; Mary Cleere Haran; Bob Shaver. When the noisy town lets its windows down Little slaves are free at night Then we'll soon retreet from the busy street Till the crowds are out of sight There's a rendezvous for lovers Where we two can play Very near your door, In the city's core But it seems a millions miles away Meet me underneath our little tree in the park No one else around, but you and me in the dark Just five minutes from your door-step I'll wait for your step to come along And the city's roar becomes a song While I'm waiting, I discover more in your charms Suddenly I turn around and your in my arms And if there's a moon above you I'll carve "I Love You" upon the bark Underneath our little tree, inside the park We'll make ev'ry bough shake, and wonder how Two could be so nearly one Ev'ry blade of grass sadly sighs, "Alas!" Grass can never have such fun In the desert town's oasis We'll love 'neath the tree It can't be amiss if the birdies kiss We're as good as birds, aren't we?

    


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