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You're All the World to Me
Tony Bennett
(Alan Jay Lerner/Burton Lane)

Everywhere that beauty glows you are,
Everywhere an orchid grows you are,
Everything that's young and g**, brighter than a holiday,
Everywhere the angels play you are.

You're like Paris in April and May
You're New York on a silvery day.
A Swiss Alp as the sun grows fainter,
You're Loch Lomond when autumn is the painter.
You're Moonlight on a night in Capri,
And Cape Cod looking out at the sea,
You're all places that leave me breathless,
And no wonder: you're all the world to me.

You're Lake Como when dawn is aglow,
You're Sun Valley right after a snow.
A museum, a Persian palace,
You're my shining Aurora Borealis
You're like Christmas at home by a tree,
The blue calm of a tropical sea.
You're all places that leave me breathless,
And no wonder: you're all the world to me



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