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A TRIP TO THE LIBRARY


from She Loves Me
Lyrics by SIIELDON HARNICK
Music by JERRY BOCK
MISS RITTER: (Spoken before the introduction) I*t me tell you, you've never seen anything
like that library, So many boolcs. . . so much marble. . . so quiet!
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sud-den-ly all of my con-fi-dence drib-bled a-way with a plop. My

head was be-gin-ning to swim and my fore-head was cov-ered with cold per-spir -a- tion.

@ 1963 (Renewed 1991) MAYERLING PRODUCTIONS LTD. and JERRY BOCK ENTERPRISES
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have to ad-mit in the back of my mind, I was pray-ing he would-n't get fresh. And

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he could solve prob-lem of mine.


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