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None But I Can Say
Words by Lionel H. Lewin.
Dedicated to Mme. Cornélie D'Ankara.
Published by Boosey & Co., 1872.


For information about Lionel Lewin, see Guinevere!


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The noonday sun was fierce and bright,
The land looked all athirst;
Deep in the shade and dress'd in white
I saw my lady first,
I saw my lady first.
Just flick'ring on her golden hair
A single sunbeam lay,
And how I loved her then and there,
None but I could say.
And how I loved her then and there,
None but I could say.
In Love (Marcus Stone)
Stone - In Love

What passed all know, between us two,
Beneath that summer sun;
Light laughter when I went to woo,
Low whispers when I won,
Low whispers when I won;
But when she saw that eager light
That lover's eyes betray,
And when she reads its meaning right
None but she could say;
And how I loved her then and there,
None but I could say.

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