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See the girl over there
With the sunlight shining in the hair
She's the one I love
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her

I can see by her smile
She is warm and gentle all the while
Lips of wine would be mine
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her

Does she know I adore
I adore and more and more each day
What can I say

I need all the love
All the love I'm dreaming of
For me, why can't she see

That I spend each day
Watching her go by
If she tell me now
I would surely die
I would surely die

I'm in love, more and more
When I see her walking by my door
Everyday, it's the same
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her

If you know, all the way
Tell me how I can make her mine today
Every kiss would be blissed
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her
Oh, how, oh, how can I tell her



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