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CONFESS (Bennie Benjamin / George Weiss) Doris Day & Buddy Clark Also recorded by : Nat King Cole; Bing Crosby; Patti Page. (Doris) Confess (Buddy) Confess, confess (Doris) Why don't you confess (Buddy) Say yes, say yes (Doris) I wish you'd reveal to me (Buddy) Reveal to me (Doris) The way that you feel (Buddy) Why don't you tell me the way that you feel (Doris) Confess (Buddy) Confess, confess (Doris) Confess, it isn't a crime (Buddy) Oh no, no crime (Doris) To open your heart to me (Buddy) Confide in me (Doris) And say that you're mine (Buddy) Why don't ya tell me you're gonna be mine (Doris) How long can I keep waiting For a tender word from you The sweetest rose starts fading When the sunshine won't come through Confess (Buddy) Confess, confess (Doris) Please don't make me guess (Buddy) Don't make me guess (Doris) If you really care for me (Buddy) If you could care (Doris) Then darling confess (Buddy) Confess (Doris) Confess, confess (Buddy) Why don't you confess (Doris) Say yes, say yes (Buddy) I wish you'd reveal to me (Doris) Reveal to me (Buddy) The way that you feel (Doris) You know the way that I feel (Buddy) Confess (Doris) Confess, confess (Buddy) It isn't a crime (Doris) Oh no, no crime (Buddy) To open your heart to me (Doris) Confide in me (Buddy) Then say that you're mine (Doris) Why don't you tell me you're gonna be mine (Buddy) How long can I keep waiting For a tender word from you The sweetest rose starts fading When the sunshine won't come through (Doris) Confess (Buddy) I'm ready now to confess (Doris) Pleas don't make me guess (Buddy) Uh, us won't make you guess (Doris) If you really care for me (Buddy) I really do (Doris) Then darling confess (Both) So now, let's both confess. (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - January 2005)

    





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