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Too Romantic

This song is by Dorothy Lamour and appears on the compilation album On a Tropic Night (1990) and on the compilation album The Moon of Manakoora (1997).

The folks who knew me as a child have often said to me
That they don't recognize the little girl I used to be
They tell me that I was ferocious
And so heroic'lly brave
And quite grown up and precocious
O, that's the impression I gave

But now I'm very cautious of most everything I do
I'm not exactly a coward, but just between me and you

I'm so afraid of night 'cause I'm too romantic
Moonlight and stars can make such a fool of me
You know you're much too near, and I am too romantic
Wouldn't I be a sight on a bended knee

I'm startled when you whisper, I'll run if you should sigh
I must be so careful, or I'll kiss my heart goodbye
You shouldn't let me dream, 'cause I'm too romantic
Don't make me fall, unless it could all come true

I'm startled when you whisper, I'll run if you should sigh
I must be so careful, or I'll kiss my heart goodbye
You shouldn't let me dream, 'cause I'm too romantic
Don't make me fall, unless it could all come true

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