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Falling In Love With Love lyrics

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Rodgers And Hammerstein – Falling In Love With Love lyrics

(Stepmother) Spoken:
This isn't about Love! It's about Marriage!
Have I taught you girls nothing?!

Sung:
Falling in Love with Love is falling for make-believe!
Falling in Love with Love is playing the fool!
Caring too much is such a juvenile fancy!
Learning to trust is just for children in school.
I fell in Love with Love one night when the moon was full
I was unwise with eyes unable to see!
I fell in Love with Love with love ever-lasting.
But Love fell out, with me!!

(Stepsisters)
Falling in Love with Love is falling for make-believe!
Falling in Love with Love is playing the fool!

(Stepmother)
Caring too much is such a juvenile fancy!

(Stepsisters)
Learning to trust is just for children in school.

(Stepmother)
I fell in Love with Love one night when the moon was full
I was unwise with eyes unable to see!
I fell in Love with Love, Love ever-lasting!
But love fell out, with me



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