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Nat King Cole – A Blossom Fell lyrics

-artist: nat king cole
-peak billboard position # 2 in 1955
-words and music by howard barnes, harold cornelius, and dominic john

A blossom fell from off a tree
It settled softly on the lips you turned to me
The gypsies say and I know why
"a falling blossom only touches lips that lie"

A blossom fell and very soon
I saw you kissing someone new beneath the moon
I thought you loved me, you said you loved me
We planned together to dream forever
The dream has ended, for true love died
The night a blossom fell and touched two lips that lied

A blossom fell and very soon
I saw you kissing someone new beneath the moon
I thought you loved me, you said you loved me
We planned together to dream forever
The dream has ended, for true love died
The night a blossom fell and touched two lips that lied



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