Wouldn`t it Be Loverly

1992
Music by: Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by: Alan Jay Lerner
3:45

» píseň londýnské květinářky Elizy Doolittlové z muzikálu My Fair Lady



All I want is a room somewhere
Far away from the cold night air
With one enormous chair;
Oh, wouldn´it be loverly?

Lots of choc´late for me to eat;
Lots of coal makin´ lots of heat;
Warm face warm hands warm feet
Oh, wouldn´t it be loverly?

Oh, so loverly sittin´ absobloomin´ lutely still!
I would never budge ´til spring crept over the window sill

Someone´s head restin´ on my knee
Warm and tender as he can be;
Who takes good care of me;
Oh, wouldn´t it be loverly?

Loverly, loverly, loverly, loverly.

All I want is a room somewhere
Far away from the cold night air
With one enormous chair;
Oh, wouldn´it be loverly?

Lots of choc´late for me to eat;
Lots of coal makin´ lots of heat;
Warm face warm hands warm feet
Oh, wouldn´t it be loverly?

Oh, so loverly sittin´ absobloomin´ lutely still!
I would never budge ´til spring crept over the window sill

Someone´s head restin´ on my knee
Warm and tender as he can be;
Who takes good care of me;
Oh, wouldn´t it be loverly?
/loverly/
loverly
/loverly/.

Oh, wouldn´t it be loverly?
/loverly/
loverly
/loverly/
Wouldn´t it be loverly?

Released on

The Broadway Album<!--de-->
The Broadway Album (Sung in English)

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