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No. 23 - Additional Duet for Chandra and Jack

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Jack: Out of the radiant East,
Fresh as the dawn and fair,
Love, for a while released,
Rose in a beauty rare.
Fanning the sacred flame,
Fortune, with fancy blest,
Smiled upon him who came
Out of the golden West.
Both: O mystic Love! Whom poets praise
And human hearts enshrine,
When mortals are allowed to gaze
Upon your charms divine,
They hold your joys in high esteem,
All other joys above;
And life will seem a long, long dream,
Of love and only love.
   
Chandra: Whether for good or ill,
Love was a stranger yet
All my life through until,
Dear one, when first we met.
Bright does the future seem
Under its golden sway,
Happiness all supreme
Reigns in our hearts today.
Both: O mystic Love! Whom poets praise
And human hearts enshrine,
When mortals are allowed to gaze
Upon your charms divine,
They hold your joys in high esteem,
All other joys above;
And life will seem a long, long dream,
Of love and only love!
A long, long dream, a long, long dream
of love, and only love!


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