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Glenn Miller – The White Cliffs Of Dover lyrics

(Therell Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs Of Dover
Glenn Miller
Written by Nat Burton and Walter Kent.

As recorded by the Glenn Miller on November 24th 1941 with Ray Eberle.

Therell be bluebirds over
The white cliffs of Dover
Tomorrow, just you wait and see
Therell be love and laughter
And peace ever after
Tomorrow, when the world is free

The shepherd will tend his sheep
The valley will bloom again
And Johnny will go to sleep
In his own little room again

Therell be bluebirds over
The white cliffs of Dover
Tomorrow, just you wait and see...!

(Transcribed by Alex Foertsch: afn@netzland.net)



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