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YOU SAY YOU CARE from 1949 New York musical "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (Jule Styne (m) Leo Robin (l) 1949) Yvonne Adair & Eric Brotherson (original cast) with Orchestra conducted by Milton Rosenstock [ya] A house on Rittenhouse Square Wouldn't be so hard to take, But the things I would do Would embarrass you, And even the Quakers would quake! I'll probably get you in touch With the Pennsylvania Dutch, So I don't think I should marry you, I care for you too much! [eb] You say you care, And all at once A million roses pour their perfume on the air. You say you care, And you put words To what the whipporwills are singing ev'rywhere. How sweet, how strange That all my loneliness Should change into the loveliness we share. If you were there, No hill would be too high, And darling, I would even fly the sea, Just to hear you say you care for me! [ya] How sweet, how strange That all my loneliness Should change into the loveliness we share. If you were there, No hill would be too high, And darling, I would even fly the sea, Just to hear you say you care for me! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - November 2013)

    


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