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STRANGE ENCHANTMENT from "Man About Town" 1939 film sung by Dorothy Lamour Friedrich Hollander / Frank Loesser 1939 as recorded by Dorothy Lamour 1939 also recorded by - Bob Crosby & his Orchestra '39 Vic Damone '62 Charlie Barnet & his Orchestra Bill McGuffie & his Orchestra Ozzie Nelson The George Shearing Quintet Strange enchantment fills the moonrise, There's a breeze like sandalwood and wine. Strange enchantment lies in your eyes, Saying, "Please, oh please, tonight be mine!". When the moon has gone in the blue dawn, And we go wandering apart, Darling, I'll be dreaming of this moment With a strange enchantment in my heart! Oh, oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, There's a breeze like sandalwood and wine. Oh, oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, Saying, "Please, oh please, tonight be mine! Oh please, tonight be mine!". (Transcribed by Peter Akers - April 2013)

    


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