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MOTH AND THE FLAME, THE Sloan / Bennett as rec by Anne Shelton w Edmundo Ross & his Orch Dec 18th 1952 It's like a moth and a flame; I play a perilous game, I chance my life for the thrill of a moment sublime! You weave a spell like a flame, Your devil eyes are to blame, They make me yearn just to burn with a fire divine! My heart is beating madly for you, Here are my arms, just to adore you. You hypnotise me with those sighs in the night, Hear my cries for the light of your love. I know it never can be, Your lips are not meant for me! And though I yearn, You will spurn And I'll burn, For with you It's not new, But the game Of the moth and the flame! My heart is beating madly for you, Here are my arms, just to adore you. You hypnotise me with those sighs in the night, Hear my cries for the light of your love. I know it never can be, Your lips are not meant for me! And though I yearn, You will spurn And I'll burn, For with you It's not new, But the game Of the moth and the flame! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - August 2012)

    


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