Marni Nixon - Wouldn’t it be loverly
Tekst: Alan Jay Lerner / Muziek: Frederick Loewe
(1964)






Cockney 3: It’s rather dull in town
I think I’ll take me to Paris
Mmmm-mmm
Cockney 1: The mistress wants to open up the castle in Capri
Mmmm-mmm
Cockney 2: Me doctor recommends a quiet summer by the sea
Chorus: Mmmm-mmm
Mmmm-mmm
Wouldn’t it be loverly



Eliza: All I want is a room somewhere
Far away from the cold night air
With one enormous chair
Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly



Lots of choc’late for me to eat
Lots of coal makin’ lots of heat
Warm face, warm hands, warm feet
Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly



Oh, so loverly sittin’ abso-bloomin’-lutely still
I would never budge till spring crept over me windowsill
Someone’s head restin’ on my knee
Warm and tender as he can be
Who takes good care of me
Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly
Loverly, loverly
Loverly, loverly



Chorus: All I want is a room somewhere
Far away from the cold night air
With one enormous chair
Eliza: Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly



Lots of choc’late for me to eat
Lots of coal makin’ lots of heat
Warm face, warm hands, warm feet
Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly



Oh, so loverly sittin’ abso-bloomin’-lutely still
I would never budge till spring crept over me windowsill
Chorus: Someone’s head restin’ on my knee
Warm and tender as he can be
Eliza: Who takes good care of me
Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly
Chorus: Loverly
Eliza: Loverly
Chorus: Loverly



Eliza: Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly
Chorus: Loverly
Eliza: Loverly
Chorus: Loverly
Wouldn’t it be loverly









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