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MY LORD AND MASTER (Richard Rodgers (m) / Oscar Hammerstein II (l) 1951) Barbra Streisand 1964 From the March 1951 Broadway musical ‘The King and I’ Sung in the production by the concubine, Tuptim. (Leads: Doretta Morrow in the 1951 Broadway production and Reno Moreno in the 1956 movie) He is pleased with me My Lord and Master Declares that he's pleased with me What does he mean. What does he know of me This lord and master When he has looked at me What has he seen. Something young Soft and slim Painted cheek Tap'ring limb. Smiling lips All for him Eyes that shine Just for him So he thinks. Just for him Though the man may be My Lord and Master Though he may study me As hard as he can. The smile beneath my smile He'll never see He'll never know I love another man. He'll never know I love another man. (Transcribed by David Story - September 2013)

    


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