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Gertrude Lawrence sings Hello Young Lovers from the King And I 1951
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PERFORMING ARTISTS
Gertrude Lawrence
Gertrude Lawrence
Vocals
Richard Rodgers
Richard Rodgers
Performer
COMPOSITION & LYRICS
Oscar Hammerstein II
Oscar Hammerstein II
Songwriter
Richard Rodgers
Richard Rodgers
Composer

Lyrics

When I think of Tom. I think of a night, When the earth smelled of summer And the sky was streaked with white, The soft mist of England Was sleeping on a hill. I remember this, And I always will... There are new lovers now On the same silent hill, Looking on the same blue sea. And I know Tom and I are a part of them all -- And they're all a part of Tom and me. Hello young lovers, whoever you are, I hope your troubles are few. All my good wishes go with you tonight, I've been in love like you. Be brave, young lovers, and follow your star, Be brave and faithful and true, Cling very close to each other tonight. I've been in love like you. I know how it feels to have wings on your heels, And to fly down the street in a trance. You fly down a street on the chance that you meet, And you meet -- not really by chance. Don't cry young lovers, whatever you do, Don't cry because I'm alone; All of my memories are happy tonight, I've had a love of my own. I've had a love of my own, like yours- I've had a love of my own. Be brave, young lovers, and follow your star, Be brave and faithful and true, Cling very close to each other tonight. I've been in love like you. I know how it feels to have wings on your heels, And to fly down the street in a trance. You fly down a street on the chance that you meet, And you meet -- not really by chance. Don't cry young lovers, whatever you do, Don't cry because I'm alone; All of my memories are happy tonight, I've had a love of my own. I've had a love of my own, like yours- I've had a love of my own.
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