Track Title:               Rose-Marie
Album Title:               Great Entertainers, disc 3

Prime Artist:              Nelson Eddy
Written by:                Otto Harbach     (b. Otto Abels Hauerbach)
Written by:                Oscar Hammerstein II     (O. Greeley Clendenning H. II)
Written by:                Rudolf Friml

From the Show:             Rose-Marie  1924 (S)  1936 (M)
From the Film:             Rose-Marie  1924 (S)  1936 (M)
Oh, sweet Rose-Marie,
It's easy to see
Why all who learn to know you love you;
You're gentle and kind,
Divinely designed,
As graceful as the pines above you.
There's an angel's breath beneath your sigh
There's a little devil in your eye.


Rose-Marie.  I love you!
I'm always dreaming of you.
No matter what I do,
I can't forget you;
Sometimes I wish that
I had never met you!

And yet if I should lose you,
'Twould mean my very life to me;
Of all the queens that ever lived
I'd choose you
To rule me, my Rose-Marie.

Repeat Refrain

Contributed by Carlene Bogle