The Columbia Ballroom Orchestra Petite Fleur - Blues cover

Petite Fleur - Blues
by The Columbia Ballroom Orchestra
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Petite Fleur - Blues Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Stillness in the grove
Not a rustling sound
Softly shines the moon clear and bright
Dear, if you could know
How I treasure so
This most beautiful Moscow Night
Verse 2
Lazily the brook like a silvery stream
Ripples in the light of the moon
And a song afar fades as in a dream
In this night that will end too soon
Yes a song afar fades as in a dream
In this night that will end too soon
Verse 3
Dearest, why so sad, why the downcast eyes
And your lovely head bent so low
Oh, I mustn't speak, though I'd love to say
That you've stolen my heart away
Verse 4
Promise me my love, as the dawn appears
And the darkness turns into light
That you'll cherish dear, through the passing years
This most beautiful Moscow Night
Verse 5
Say you'll cherish dear through the passing years
This most beautiful Moscow Night

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