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I DO (Vera Lynn) Joe Lubin / Bollinger as rec by Vera Lynn w Roland Shaw & his Orch February 1955 She wore something old, She wore sometging new, She wore something borrowed, She wore something blue; And my heart skipped a beat As I heard them repeat, "I do, I do, I do". When I saw them kiss In a fond embrace, I was madly wishing I was in her place! What a thrill it would be Hearing him say to me, "I do, I do, I do". Now I'm alone with my memories, Crying my heart out in vain; Let my dreams go old, They will still be new! Let the smile I borrowed Find a heart that's blue! But if you want to know If I still love him so I do, I do, I do! I do, I do, I do! Now I'm alone with my memories, Crying my heart out in vain; Let my dreams go old, They will still be new! Let the smile I borrowed Find a heart that's blue! But if you want to know If I still love him so I do, I do, I do! (Contributed by Peter Akers - June 2009)

    


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