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WERE THINE THAT SPECAL FACE fr "Kiss Me Kate" musical 1948 NY 1951 London film 1953 Cole Porter 1948 Howard Keel w The MGM Studio Orch cond by Andre Previn (film soundtrack) Of all the men alive, I never yet beheld that special face Which I could fancy more than any other. Were thine that special face, The face which fills my dreaming? Were thine the rhythmed grace? Were thine the form so lithe and slender? Were thine the arms, so warm, so tender? Were thine the kiss divine? Were thine the love for me, The love which fills my dreaming? When all these charms were thine, Then you'll be mine, all mine! Were thine the love for me, The love which fills my dreaming? When all these charms were thine, Then you'll be mine, all mine! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - April 2011)

    


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