"Waltz for Debby" as written by and Bill Evans Gene Lees....
In her own sweet world
Populated by dolls and clowns
And a prince and a big purple bear
Lives my favorite girl
Unaware of the worried frowns
We weary grown ups all wear
In the sun she dances to silent music
Songs that are spun of gold

Somewhere in her own little head
Someday all too soon
She'll grow up and she'll leave her dolls
And her prince and that silly old bear
When she goes they will cry
As she whispers "Good-bye."
They will miss her I fear
But then so will I


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"Waltz For Debby" as written by Gene Lees Bill Evans

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