"Breeze" as written by Henry Nicola Mancini, Robert Charles Birch, Nicholas Edward James Hallam, Jerome Louis Jackson and Ed Stone....
Breeze, you took her from my side
She was my blushing bride
Oh, hear my plea, hear my plea

Hear me begging you upon my knees
Bring her back sweet evening breeze
Bring my baby back to me

It's an ill wind that blows nobody good
Blows nobody good they say
It's an ill wind that blows nobody good
That blow my gal away

Breeze, you took my gal away
I've had the blues all day
Since early dawn, early dawn

You come a whisperin' through the trees
Little breeze
When I woke up this morning she was gone, she was gone

Breeze, you took her from my side
She was my blushing bride
Oh, hear my plea, hear my plea

Hear me begging you upon my knees
Bring her back sweet evening breeze
Bring my baby back to me

Hear me begging you upon my knees
Bring her back sweet evening breeze
Bring my baby back to me


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"Breeze" as written by Ed Stone Jerome Jackson

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