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Ella Fitzgerald – Fairy Tales lyrics

Fairy tales were the tales that you told me
Fairy tales made me happy as I could be
For I had been dreaming of some day
But now somehow it's all faded away

Fairy tales, like a child I believed you
Fairy tales, none of them came true
But sometimes in my dreams, I can hear you, it seems
Telling me the same old fairy tales

Oh, fairy tales were the tales that you told me
Fairy tales made me happy as I could be
For I had been dreaming of some day
But now somehow it's all faded away

Fairy tales, like a child I believed you
Fairy tales, none of them came true
But sometimes in my dreams, I can hear you, it seems
Telling me the same old fairy tales

Fairy tales, like a child I believed you
Fairy tales, none of them came true
But sometimes in my dreams, I can hear you, it seems
Telling me
(Why must you keep on telling me)
The same old fairy tales



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