"The Breeze/My Baby Cries" as written by and Al Stillman Ernesto Lecuona....
I'd like to touch you, but I've forgotten how
And said I didn't need you, but look at me now
Sometime in the summer when we're lying in the breeze
The breeze will kill me

I tried to follow the path that you're on
Something in me is stubborn, I keep going wrong
If you can forgive me now, we'll meet up in another land
When the breeze has killed me

Sometime in the summer when we're lying in the grass
And the breeze, the breeze

Well my baby cries when he's tired
My puppy howls with the moon
You can never be sure of the people that you know
They don't want to show you their sadness

Yesterday I talked with my father
He said that we could never win
It's so hard to tell where I end and my father begins

So if you see me passing by
Please hold me deep in your heart
And just remember I want to help you, I don't want to hurt you
Just remember I want to help you, I don't want to hurt you
So don't tear it apart

Well my baby cries when he's tired
My puppy howls with the moon

(Kath Bloom cover)


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