"The Breeze (That's Bringing My Honey Back to Me)" as written by Tony Anthony Sacco, Dick Smith and Al Lewis....
Day after day I'm waited patiently
And when the salty wind is blowin' from the sea
I pretend that it's breeze that's fillin' the sails
That's movin' the ship that's bringin' my honey back to me

I always keep my window open wide
I like to let the friendly breeze come right inside
And pretend that it's breeze that's fillin' the sails
That's movin' the ship that's bringin' my honey back to me

[Chorus]
Mr wind keep blowin' stronger because I must have that guy of mine
Well every day seems so much longer
Now don't forget each daylights savin' time
I get so lonesome waitin' days and weeks
When every breath of air that lingers on my cheek
Seems to whisper it's the breeze that's fillin' the sails
That's movin' the ship that's bringin' my honey back to me

Day after day I'm awaitin' cause
The wind is a-blowin' from the sea
Well it's the sea the breeze the ship the sail that's bringin' my honey to me

I keep my window open wide
I like to let that breeze come right inside
Well it's the sea the breeze the ship the sail that's that's bringin my honey to me

[Chorus]

Well it's the sea the breeze the ship the sail
That's bringin' my honey to me


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"The Breeze" as written by Dick Smith Al Lewis

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