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GOLDEN DREAM GIRL (Lee Morse) Lee Morse - 1925 There's a song that haunts me, there's a girl that wants me I'll always love her, always think of her But the fates win somehow and I must forget now "Farewell To Thee", that melody haunts me Golden dream girl, you're my own South Sea pearl Since that night on the sands your little brown hands Set my world awhirl Oh, my South Sea flower, that enchanted hour Makes my heart ache to come back and take you home For mine alone, golden dream girl I can see her standing at the old boat landing Brown eyes so tearful, poor heart so fearful Hopelessly believing that her sweetheart's leaving Forever more, that sweet Hawaiian shore Golden dream girl, you're my own South Sea pearl Since that night on the sands your little brown hands Set my world awhirl Oh, my South Sea flower, that enchanted hour Makes my heart ache to come back and take you home For mine alone, golden dream girl (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2012)

    


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