"Take That Look off Your Face [From Song & Dance]" as written by and Don Black Andrew Lloyd Weber....
You must be mistaken! It couldn't have been! You couldn't have seen him yesterday!
He's doing some deal up in Baltimore now... I hate it, when he's away!
You must be mistaken, I'm sure that you are! There's more than one car with stickers
on. And lots of young guys wear courdrary pants. And I'd know if he hadn't gone!

Take that look off yor face! (Take that look off yor face!) I can see through
your smile! (I can see through your smile!) You would love to be right, I bet, you
didn't sleep good last night, couldn't wait to bring all of these bad news to my
door. Well, I've got news for you: I knew before.

I'f I'm not mistaken, it started last year. I'm not very clear how it began
I noticed a change, but I just closed my eyes as only a woman can.

No, I didn't dig deep. (No, I didn't dig deep.) I did not want to know. (I did
not want to know.) Well, you don't interfere when you're scared of the things, you
might hear. When he's back, you think, I will end it right there and then? Well, my
fair weather friend- you're wrong again!


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"Take That Look Off Your Face, song (from "Tell Me on Sunday")" as written by Don Black Andrew Lloyd Weber

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