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Bethel Live: Here Is Love (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Where You Go I Go: Live from Bethel Church Redding (Jenn Johnson) · Be Lifted High: Live Worship from Bethel Church (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Dear Dear (54-40) · Josie/Breakfast at Tiffany's/Dear Prudence (Deep Blue Something) · Here, My Dear (Marvin Gaye) · Dear Old Donegal (Ruby Murray) · Here, My Dear/In Our Lifetime (Marvin Gaye) · Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord (The Devil Wears Prada) · Dear Science [Bonus Tracks] (TV on the Radio) – and 90 other albums »


Written by Jean Ritchie
© 1976 Geordie Music Pub Co.

Oh have you seen my dear companion
For he was all this world to me
I hear he's gone
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So...

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So...

Close your eyes 
Rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
you open them, dear 
I'll be right here by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
Rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So...

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
CHURCH IN THE WILDWOOD
(William S. Pitts)
« © '59 Durham Music »

There's a church in the valley by the Wildwood no lovelier place in the dale
No
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
(words & music by Battersby - Gabriel)

If I have wounded any soul today
If I have caused one foot to go astray
If I have walk in my own willful way
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
Rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
and a ramblin' rose! 

 
I love the dear hearts . . . an' gentle people, 
Who shout a friendly 'Hi' . . . 
When they go passin' by . . . 
Who live an' love in my
fool (Face the music)

If we never heard about the evils that those before us committed 
Then how my dear, tell me now how my dear, tell me now how
love you in waltz time my dear
There must be a power much higher than I
A writer of love songs way up in the sky
The maker of roses of love sweet
Love you my own . . . 
Love you alone! 

Music by Victor Herbert 
With lyrics by Henry Blossom , 1914
And love will be our guide 
 Close your eyes 
 When you open them dear 
 I'll be near by your side 
 So won't you close your eyes
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
I'll be right hear by your side
So...
Close your eyes
Rest your head on my shoulder and sleep
Close your eyes
And I will close mine
Close your eyes
you open them dear 
I'll be right hear by your side 
So

Close your eyes 
rest your head on my shoulder and sleep 
Close your eyes 
And I will
only mine! 
Music by Isham Jones 
with lyrics by Charles Newman , 1932
not the thing to do
But I can't stop my heart from throbbin' couldn't ease the pain by sudden
Forgive me now and I will always do what's right
It's my
Hey Mr. Music
With all your illusions
Your for gone conclusions
Your grand delusions

Hey Mr. Music
My name's not honey
And don't call me dear
love you in waltz time my dear
There must be a power much higher than mine
A writer of love songs way up in the sky
The maker of roses of love sweet