Blue Velvet

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2012
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She wore blue velvet 
Bluer than velvet was the night 
Softer than satin was the light 
From the stars 

She wore blue velvet 
Bluer than velvet were her eyes 
Warmer than May her tender sighs 
Love was ours 

Ours, the love I held tightly 
Feeling the rapture grow 
Like a flame burning brightly 
But when she left 
Gone was the golw of blue velvet 

*But in my heart there'll always be 
Precious and warm the memory 
Through the years 
And I still can see blue velvet 
Through my tears 

She wore blue velvet 

(Repeat *)

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Written by: BERNIE WAYNE, LEE MORRIS

Lyrics © DEMI MUSIC CORP. D/B/A LICHELLE MUSIC COMPANY, MOJO MUSIC & MEDIA GROUP LTD

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