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MARION MARLOWE The Man In The Raincoat Lyrics
THE MAN IN A RAINCOAT
Marion Marlowe

Late in the evening, out on 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.
Mmmmm

He took me dancing, dancing `til dawn.
No happier couple had ever been born.
I felt lke a queen and he was my king.
He borrowed some money to buy me a ring.
Mmmmm

But I`m still alone. Now 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 could forgive and forget.
Mmmmm From: NancyRee@aol.com



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Songwriters: W. WEBSTER

Album: Super Sellers of the 50's




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