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The lady loves, while she may
The lady loves, while she may
In the pale moonlight, or a sunny day
The lady loves, mmm she loves
The lady dreams, while she may
The lady dreams, while she may
In the pale moonlight, or a sunny day
The lady dreams, oh she dreams
She'll take your children by the hand
She'll lead them to the promised land
Holding hands and singing songs
In the smile on her face you just know she can't be wrong
The lady sleeps, while she may
The lady sleeps, while she may
In the pale moonlight, or a sunny day
The lady sleeps, oh she sleeps
She'll take your children by the hand
And lead them to the promised land
Holding hands and singing songs
In the smile on her face you just know she can't be wrong
She'll take your children by the hand
And lead them to the promised land
Holding hands and singing songs
In the smile on her face you just know she can't be wrong
She just can't be wrong



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