"One Dozen Roses Roses" as written by Walter Donovan, Dick Jurgens, Roger Lewis and Country Washburn....
Give me one dozen roses
Put my heart in beside them
Send them to the one I love

She'll be glad to receive them
And I know she'll believe them
There's something we've been talking of

There may be orange blossoms later
I think that there will
She's done something to me
And my heart won't keep still

Give me one dozen roses
Put my heart in beside them
Send them to the one I love

There may be orange blossoms later
I think that there will
'cause she's done something to me
And my heart just won't keep still

Give me one dozen roses
Put my heart in beside them
Send them to the one I love
Send them to the one I
Send them to the one I love


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"One Dozen Roses" as written by Dick Jurgens Walter Donovan

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