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WE'LL BE THE SAME (From the Broadway Show "America's Sweetheart" (1931) (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart) Arden & Ohman Orch. (vocal: Frank Luther) - 1931 The sun may rise and shine at night Birds swim, and fish take flight Heigh-ho, it's still all right We'll be the same They may have thirteen months in the year Nations may disappear Heigh-ho, no need to fear We'll be the same Though Hollywood's screenless Boston beanless And the sea turn into land The country may tumble I won't grumble I'll be holding your hand Though love no longer is in style Heigh-ho, we'll only smile We've got that flame We'll be the same (Contributed by - March 2007)


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