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No. 18 - Song - Queen - "Those loving eyes."

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Queen: Supposing that I were the Queen of your heart,
And you were my lover true,
You'd have to forget you were playing a part,
And speak as a Suitor would do,
With passionate gaze at my feet you would kneel,
For that is the orthodox way,
And plead for my hand, with a tender appeal,
And these are the words you should say.
When I look into those loving eyes of yours,
I know you're mine.
In their dreamy depths I seem to read
the dawn of love divine.
Clear as sunlight on a rippling sea,
And brighter far than sun can shine,
When I look into those loving eyes of yours,
I know you're mine.
   
  And I would pretend as I hung on each word,
Tho' lovers I'd had by the score,
That nothing so charming had ever been heard,
Or ever been thought of before,
And if on your suit I would graciously smile,
As maidens in fairyland do,
We'd both grow so earnest, that after a while,
Perhaps our romance would come true.
When I look into those loving eyes of yours,
I know you're mine.
In their dreamy depths I seem to read
the dawn of love divine.
Clear as sunlight on a rippling sea,
And brighter far than sun can shine,
When I look into those loving eyes of yours,
I know you're mine.

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