"Sweet Lorraine" as written by Mitchell Parish and Clifford Burwell....
Ev'rything is set, skies are blue,
Can't believe it yet, but it's true,
I'll give you just one guess,
My sweet Lorraine said "Yes;"
Waiting for the time, soon to be,
When the bells will chime merrily,

(I'm so happy,)When it's raining I don't miss the sun,
For it's in my sweeties smile,
Just think that I'm the lucky one
Who will lend her down the aisle;
Each night I pray
That nobody steals her heart away,
Just can't wait until that happy day,
When I mary sweet Lorraine.

Ev'rything is set, skies are blue,
Can't believe it yet, but it's true,
I'll give you just one guess,
My sweet Lorraine said "Yes;"
Waiting for the time, soon to be,
When the bells will chime merrily,

(I'm so happy,)When it's raining I don't miss the sun,
For it's in my sweeties smile,
Just think that I'm the lucky one
Who will lend her down the aisle;
Each night I pray
That nobody steals her heart away,
Just can't wait until that happy day,
When I marry sweet Lorraine.


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"Sweet Lorraine" as written by James F. Hanley, Arthur Swanstrom

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., EMI Music Publishing

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