The evening breeze caressed the trees,
Tenderly.
The trembling trees embrace the breeze,
Tenderly.
Then you and I came wandering by
And lost in sigh were we.

The shore was kissed by sea and mist,
Tenderly.
I can't forget when two hearts met,
Breathlessly.

Your arms opened wide,
And closed me in..side.
You took my lips you took my love,
So tenderly.

The evening breeze caressed the trees,
Tenderly.
The trembling trees embrace the breeze,
Tenderly.
Then you and I came wandering by
And lost in sigh were we.

Your arms opened wide,
And closed me in..side.
You took my lips you took my love,
So tenderly.
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I Could Write A Book Lyrics

George Benson – I Could Write A Book Lyrics

from album: Tenderly (1989)
The evening breeze caressed the trees,
Tenderly.
The trembling trees embrace the breeze,
Tenderly.
Then you and I came wandering by
And lost in sigh were we.

The shore was kissed by sea and mist,
Tenderly.
I can't forget when two hearts met,
Breathlessly.

Your arms opened wide,
And closed me in..side.
You took my lips you took my love,
So tenderly.

The evening breeze caressed the trees,
Tenderly.
The trembling trees embrace the breeze,
Tenderly.
Then you and I came wandering by
And lost in sigh were we.

Your arms opened wide,
And closed me in..side.
You took my lips you took my love,
So tenderly.
Songwriters: LORENZ HART, RICHARD RODGERS
I Could Write A Book lyrics © CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC

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