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[Verse]

We always meet on busy street,
Or, somewhere in a crowd,
We meet on dates when tete-a-tetes,
Are really not allowed,
I'd like to get acquainted yet,
We've really not you see;
Although somehow I seen to know,
We'd be good company.

[Chorus]

I'd like to meet you somewhere in a quiet spot,
I'd like to tell you what a great idea I've got,
I'd like to gaze into your pretty eyes;
I'd like to well, I'll leave you to surmise;
I fancy you and I would get a long so well
I'd like to perhaps it isn't wise to tell,
But I should like to do just what you'd like me to,
For I've taken such a fancy to you.

[Verse]

We meet and chat on this and that,
The kind of talk that's small,
For all we know it's just as though,
We haven't met at all,
When we discuss the fatest fuss,
I feel it's not worth while;
The only treat, I have that's sweet
Is just to see you smile.

[Chorus]

I'd like to meet you somewhere in a quiet spot,
I'd like to tell you what a great idea I've got,
I'd like to gaze into your pretty eyes;
I'd like to well, I'll leave you to surmise;
I fancy you and I would get a long so well
I'd like to perhaps it isn't wise to tell,
But I should like to do just what you'd like me to,
For I've taken such a fancy to you.

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