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My Fair Lady - Without You Lyrics

  • What a fool I was, what dominated fool
  • To think that you were the Earth and sky
  • What a fool I was, what an elevated fool
  • What a mutton-headed dote was I
  • No, my reverberating friend
  • You are not a beginning and the end
  • There'll be spring every year without you
  • England still will be here without you
  • There'll be fruit on the tree
  • And a shore by the sea
  • There'll be crumpets and tea without you
  • Art and music will thrive without you
  • Somehow Keats will survive without you
  • And there still will be rain on that plain down in Spain
  • Even that will remain without you, I can do without you
  • You, dear friend, who taught so well
  • You can go to Hartford, Hereford and Hampshire
  • They can still rule the land without you
  • Windsor Castle will stand without you
  • And without much ado we can
  • All muddle through without you
  • Without pulling it the tide comes in
  • Without your twirling it, the Earth can spin
  • Without your pushing them, the clouds roll by
  • If they can do without you, ducky so can I
  • I will not feel alone without you
  • I can stand on my own without you
  • So go back in your shell
  • I can do bloody well without
  • By George, I really did it, I did it, I did it
  • I said I'd make a woman and indeed I did
  • I knew that I could do it, I knew it, I knew it
  • I said I'd make a woman and succeed I did
  • Eliza you're magnificent

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