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TO HAVE, TO HOLD, TO LOVE >From the Broadway Musical "The Isle O' Dreams" (1913) (Music: Ernest R. Ball / Lyrics: Darl MacBoyle) Henry Burr - 1913 Bert Brown & Albert Pryor's Band (Instr.) - 1913 There comes a vision fair to me Awake, asleep, alone Your gentle face, dear heart, I see I dream that you're my own And in a flight of fancy, soar With you to realms above Then wake and want you more and more To have, to hold, to love To have, to hold, to love you Forever and a day To have you, dear, to hold you near To worship you for e'er The world would seem a dream, dear And fair the skies above If you, my own, were mine alone To have, to hold, to love My thoughts, dear heart, are all of you At morn, at noon, at night Each blossom seems of deeper hue The stars above more bright I've dared to hope this love of mine Would wake an answering call All that I have to give is thine My life, my love, my all To have, to hold, to love you Forever and a day To have you, dear, to hold you near To worship you for e'er The world would seem a dream, dear And fair the skies above If you, my own, were mine alone To have, to hold, to love (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2016)

    


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