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VP_014401 Verse 1Poets write of love and romance, Do they really know? Are their thoughts just worded dreams, Are they really so? Has each bey his ideal girl, And has she wond'rous hair? Are her eyes like rays of sunshine, Has she always beauty rare? Do Poets really mean the things they say? I wonder if he thinks of me that way? Chorus 1Ev'ryone is beautiful in someone's eyes, Ev'rywhere there's love you'll find some beauty lies; There's someone for someone, Sometime, some place, And that one sees only the smile and charm and sweetness in her face; For love is blind to ev'rything it should not see, Things that are not good, They were not meant to be, There's beauty ev'rywhere that there is sunshine, She's beautiful in someone's eyes, And you're wonderful in mine.
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Delf, Harry, "Every One Is Beautiful In Some-One's Eyes" (1923). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 4320.