"These Are the Things I Love" as written by Harold Barlow and Lewis Harris....
The glow of sunset in the Summer sky,
The golden flicker of the firefly,
The gleam of lovelight in your lovely eye,
These are the things I love.

A silver moonbeam peepin' through the trees,
A bed of tulips noddin' in the breeze,
The look you gave in answer to my pleas,
These are the things I love.

Oh, once I thought that life was just a Winter thing,
My heart was cold;
And then you came to me,
And like a breath of Spring,
You turned the silver to gold.

The robin's serenade when day is through,
The babbling brook beside our rendezvous,
your sweet voice whispering, "Darling I love you!",
These are the things I love.

A robin's serenade when day is through,
The babbling brook beside our rendezvous,
your sweet voice whispering, "Darling I love you!",
These are the things I love.


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"These Are the Things I Love" as written by Lewis Harris Harold Barlow

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