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ONE DOZEN ROSES (Words by: Roger Lewis and Country Washburn / Music by: Dick Jurgens and Walter Donovan) 1942 Performed by: Harry James (1942), Jim Reeves (1964), You say my uncle left a million, And half of it belongs to me? Let us talk about that later, It's important but love's greater, Right now I'm busy as a bee. I'm in an awful hurry so don't ask me now to stop, I'm going to place an order in a little flower shop: Give me one dozen roses Put my heart in beside them And send them to the one I love. She'll be glad to receive them And I know she'll believe them That's something we've been talking of. There may be orange blossoms later Kind of think that there will `Cause she's done something to me And my heart won't keep still Give me one dozen roses Put my heart in beside them And send them to the one I love.

    


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