You're Here and I'm Here
|You're Here and I'm Here (1914)
|Song from the Broadway musical The Laughing Husband.|
- She: We two are travelling in loveland today,
- We've gone astray, and lost our way.
- What matter time or place or weather
- If we have lost our way together?
- You're here and I'm here, so what do we care?
- The time and place do not count; it's the one who is there.
- Now all I ask is room for two,
- And to be there with only you.
- It would be heaven,
- When two hearts are true hearts like yours or mine
- The skies are fair e'vrywhere, and the sun seems to shine,
- And now the wide world seems a little cosy corner for you and me.
- He: There are just two on earth and no one beside,
- My little bride, here by my side.
- Naught of the busy world reminds us.
- I only hope that no one finds us.
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