"The Man in the Raincoat" as written by and W. Webster....
Late in the evening out in the square
A man in a raincoat standing there

We met by the lamp where the newsboy cried
He stole my heart with his laughing eyes

He smiled as we climbed on the old street car
I blushed when he asked are you traveling far

The next time we met the sun shined all day
We walked and we talked 'til the evening was gray

He took me dancing we danced until dawn
No happier couple had ever born

I felt like a queen and he was my king
He borrowed some money to buy me a ring

But I'm still alone the cards are all down
He's taken my money and skipped out of town

Now when I pass the place where we met
I'm wondering if I would forgive and forget

Though fickle is my heart and foolishly proud
I still keep on looking when out in a crowd

For a man in raincoat standing there
With laughing eyes and dark brown hair

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