Wanting you (New Moon) Jeanette MacDonald Nelson Eddy 1940





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Published on Oct 3, 2008

Some photos and scenes from New Moon, directed by Robert Z. Leonard (1940), with Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy singing Wanting you, of Oscar Hammerstein II and Sigmund Romberg.

Wanting you (Sigmund Romberg and OscarHammerstein II) - Sorry, coudn't get the lyrics on Internet, but I hear more or less these words. I'm waiting for the corrections, of course.


My heat is aching for someone
And you are that someone
You know the truth of my story
You must believe what you see.

I, too, may someday love someone
From somewhere there'll come one
One who will hear the same story
That you're telling me.

Wanting you,
Everyday I am wanting you
Every night I am longing to
Hold you close to my eager breast.

Wanting love
In that heaven I'm dreaming of
Makes that Heaven seem far above
Any hope that I'll gain my quest.

Dreams are vain
But I cling to the nearest
Chance that you may hear me
Dreams are vain
For whenever I wake
I never find you near me

Wanting you
Nothing else in the world will do
In this world you are all that I adore
All that I adore.


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