My Love

  • If you are lucky, lucky enough today
    To have someone
    To whom you feel you have something to say
    Don't think it over, don't let them slip away

    He read to her from his poetry
    But that could never be enough to really make her see
    So he climbed up high into a tree
    And made the choice to turn into a leaf

    If you are lucky, lucky enough today
    To have found a love
    To whom you feel you have something to say
    Don't think it over, it's gonna be ok

    He read to her from his poetry
    But that could never be enough to really make her see
    So he climbed up high into a tree
    And made the choice to turn into a leaf Writer/s: Johnny Mercer, David Raksin
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