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NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER From the Broadway Revue "Ziegfeld Follies Of 1914" (Grant Clarke / Jean Schwartz) Down by the seaside Where waves were rolling A boy went strolling Moonlight night He was watching the fish play That very evening, beside the water Sat Neptune's daughter When he spied her pretty face he cried Lovely little Neptune's daughter Living underneath the water I love you, Yes I do You seem to me, to be lonely When the moon begins to glimmer If I were a deep sea swimmer Then I'd go down below My little queen of the sea Once he went fishing Where waves were rolling He started strolling, hours went by Then the shadows began to fall His heart was lonely He sat there thinking The sun was sinking >From the blue there came a voice he knew Lovely little Neptune's daughter Living underneath the water I love you, yes I do You seem to me to be lonely When the moon begins to glimmer If I were a deep sea swimmer Then I'd go down below My little queen of the sea (Contributed by - July 2007)

    


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