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Where Are You, My Love
Oh I doth wonder, my sweet Love,
Where are you, my beautiful dove.
Long have I awaited a gorgeous girl,
Always disappointed, backwards I twirl.
I look and I search for just the right one
Yet never do I find that my work there is done.
No matter where I look for you, no matter what I try,
I cannot find you, my love, and that is what can make me cry.
Never have I known true love, to any being who does live here,
Never have I even dated, one who I thought to be dear.
Forever shall I search for the perfect and kindest lady for me,
Perhaps one day I will find,
That my partner is easy to see.