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My Foolish Heart

This song is by Ferlin Husky and appears on the album Born To Lose (1959).

The night is like a lovely tune,
Beware my foolish heart,
How white the ever constant moon,
Take care my foolish heart,
There's a line between love and fascination,
That's hard to find on a moment such as this,
And they all have the very same sensation,
When you're lost in the magic of a kiss,
Your lips are much too close to mine,
Beware my foolish heart,
But should our eager lips combine,
Then let the fire start,
For this time it isn't fascination,
Or a dream that will fade and fall apart,
It's love, this time it's love,
My foolish heart!


Written by:

Ned Washington, Victor Young

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