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RACHEL (Al Martino) Pressman / Tavello as rec by Al Martino 1953 Rachel, oh Rachel, I should have known You were never my own, But I love you, Oh how I love you! Rachel, oh Rachel, Hands soft and white But a soul black as night! Yet I love you, Oh how I love you! You take the heart of a man When he's a slave to your charms; Laugh and enjoy him, Slowly destroy him, And dance, dance, dance, right out of his arms! Rachel, oh Rachel, What evil star Led you here from afar To love me, Only to leave me, Leave me alone? (Rachel, oh Rachel) Oh Rachel, Hands soft and white But a soul black as night! Yet I love you, Oh how I love you! You take the heart of a man When he's a slave to your charms; Laugh and enjoy him, Slowly destroy him, And dance, dance, dance, right out of his arms! Rachel, oh Rachel, What evil star Led you here from afar To love me, Only to leave me, Leave me alone? (Contributed by Peter Akers - November 2010)

    


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