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MY DEAREST DEAR From the London musical "The Dancing Years" (1939) (Ivor Novello / Christopher Hassall) Mary Ellis & Ivor Novello (Stage Production) - 1939 Also recorded by: Teddy Johnson & Pearl Carr; Seán Keane; Valerie Masterson; Marilyn Hill Smith. My dearest dear, If I could say to you In words as clear As when I play to you, You'd understand How slight the shadow that is holding us apart. So take my hand, I'll lead the way for you. A little waiting and you'll reach my heart. Your lonely hours will spread their wings and fly; The passing show'rs will only pass you by. If you can trust me, trust the secret in my song. When love is true The road is never long. My dearest dear, If I could say to you In words as clear As when I play to you, You'd understand How slight the shadow that is holding us apart. So take my hand, I'll lead the way for you. A little waiting and you'll reach my heart. (Contributed by Bill Huntley - September 2005)

    


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