|Performed By:||Eddy Howard (1946), The Ink Spots (1946), Freddy Martin (1946), The Modernaires (1946), Paula Kelly (1946), Tony Martin (1946), The Platters (1960), The Tymes (1964), Frankie Laine (1968), Willie Nelson|
A rose must remain with the sun and the rain, Or its lovely promise won't come true; To each his own, to each his own - and my own is you. What good is a song, if the words just don't belong? And a dream must be a dream for two. No good alone, to each his own - for me there's you. (Bridge:) If a flame is to grow there must be a glow, To open each door there's a key; I need you, I know, I can't let you go; Your touch means too much to me. Two lips must insist on two more to be kissed, Or they'll never know what love can do; To each his own, I've found my own, One and only you. (Repeat Refrain) (Repeat Last Verse)
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