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(charles singleton, rose marie mccoy)


I'd like to love you everyday,
If I may (if I may).
And dream dreams of you every night,
If I might (if I might).


And if I may, I'd like to say
I wish that you were mine.
If I had you, all I would do
Is adore you all the time.


I'd like to tell you of your charms everyday,
If I may (if I may).
I'd like to hold you in my arms every night,
If I might (if I might).


You're the object of my affections,
And if you have no objections,
I'd like to love you night and day,
If I may.


(I'd like to love you everyday,
If I may.
And dream dreams of you every night,
If I might.)


(and if I may, I'd like to say
I wish that you were mine.
If I had you, all I would do
Is adore you all the time.)


I'd like to tell you of your charms everyday,
If I may (if I may).
I'd like to hold you in my arms every night,
If I might (if I might).


You're the object of my affections,
And if you have no objections,
I'd like to love you night and day,
If I may.



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