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VP_011072 Verse 1Since the world began It seems that man, no matter what his lot, he lays the blame on fate Health his wealth his fame Disgrace or shame, it's all the same, He lays the blame upon his fate All things small or great Life or death its fate. Chorus 1Fate is all that I am My fate is the law above When fate seems wrong, it's a sham The law that is real is love Fate is our love for each other, Love, as I learned from my mother; Fate is a love that is true, So I knew it was fate when I first met you. Verse 2Truth can never fail It must prevail, in all we do we must be true or live a lie Fate is all there is It's your ideas, for what you think Is what you are, the same as I Think what love commands And fate is in your hands My
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Lewis, Ted and Gay, Byron, "Fate : It Was Fate When I First Met You" (1922). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 3193.