Forty Broadway Lyrics

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'I like boys.' 'Boys like me.' 'We'll see.'
'Don't sigh and gaze at me. Your sighs are so like mine.'
'I'm kinda pretty and pretty damn smart. I like romantic things like music an art.'
'I should hate you! There I was, the world in my hands. Can one kiss, kiss away everything I planned?'
'You must admit we aren't what people call 'laid back'. So can't we muse a bit and lose the basic black?'
'He has a thousand dreams that won't come true. You know that he believes in them and that's enough for you.'
'Looking back, I could have played it differently. Won a few more moments, who can tell.'
'From death, she casts her spell. All night we hear her cries. And now, a girl has come who has her eyes.'
'He took a flower in its prime. And then he used it and he abused it. It was murder, but not a crime.'
'You ask her where she's going, She giggles like a fool. She barely sticks a toe in down at the tidal pool.'
'The swallow brings a song too hard to follow, that no one else can sing.'
'True love can be whispered from heart to heart when loveres are parted, they say. But I must depend on a wish and a star as long as my heart doesn't know who you are.'
'So, never kick a dog because it's just a pup.We'll fight like 20 armies and we won't give up. So you'd better run for cover when the pup grows up!'
'It's really, uh, sharp! Don't ya think? You know, black is this year's pink!'
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'Common sense may tell you that the ending will be sad, and now's the time to break an run away.'
'And Mama's afraid of crying. You know, she tries to hold it in, but she's afraid of crying .'
'So, gentlemen, deal me out. Do not try to feel me out. I got no more evenings free.'
'My eyes are too small. I have very large feet. And I'm not very proud of my pitiful tweet.'
'Gone, love is never gone. As we travel on, love's what we'll remember.'
'Lots of chocolate for me to eat. Lots of coal, making lots of heat. Warm face, warm hands, warm feet.'
'I wish I could fly. And magically appear and disappear. I wish I could fly. I'd fly far away from here.'
'And even when we die, we'll look down from up above, remembering the night that we two fell in love. We both will shed a tear and we'll whisper as we're reminiscing.'
'Maybe I shamed him. Who could have blamed him if he thought me second-class? Went in search of chrome and brass.'
'So, don't ask where I'm going; just listen when I'm gone. And far away you'll hear me singing softly to the dawn.'
'Everybody loves a winner, so nobody loved me. Lady Peaceful, Lady happy, that's who I longed to be.'
'Half a brassiere, half a suspender. Half real and half fluff, You'll find it tough guessing our gender.'
'Make of our vows one last vow. Only death will part us now.'
'Sleep and I shall soothe you, calm you, and annoint you. Myrrh for your hot forehead.'
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'We all take the bow, including the cow, though business is lousy and slow.'
'Who'd believe a diva, happy to relieve a chorus girl who's gone and slept with the patron?'
'Mother said not to stray. Still I suppose, a small delay...Granny might like a fresh bouquet.'
'How can you remain, staring at the rain, maddened by the stars?'
'I flip when a fellow sends me flowers. I drool over dresses made of lace. I talk on the telephone for hours with a pound and a half of cream upon my face!'
'Every street lamp seems to beat a fatalistic warning. The street lamp dies, another night is over. Another day is dawning.'
'Don't tell me not to fly, I've simply got to. If someone takes a spill, it's me and not you.'
'Totally unprepared am I to face a world of men. Timid and shy and scared am I for things beyond my ken.'
'I'm the strongest, soundest, stoical, daringest man, who's most heroical.'
'Now all I want to know is how to go. I've tasted blood and I want more. I'll put up no resistance, I want to stay the distance. I've got an itch to scratch, I need assistance.'
'A ceremony with a bishop who will tie the knot and say 'Do you agree to love and honour?', Love and honour, yes, but not obey.'
'With happiness all around, it’s peaches and cream. And every dream comes true. But not for you.'

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