When I’d work at the wheel,
Weaving at thy loom,
I’d gaze absent-minded, at the room,
And half the time the shuttle,
Tangled with the threads,
And the warp,
Get mixed with the woof,

If I loved you'
But somehow I can see,
Just exactly how I’d be'

If I loved you,
Time, and again, I would try to say,
All I’d want you to know'

If I loved you,
Words wouldn’t come, in an easy way,
'Round, in circles I’d go,

Longing to tell you,
But afraid, and shy,
I’d let my golden chances
Pass me by,
Soon you’d leave me,
Off you would go in the midst of day,
Never, ever, to know,
How I loved you'
If I loved you.

Longing to tell you,
But afraid, and shy,
I’d let my golden chances
Pass me by,
Soon you’d leave me,
Off you would go in the midst of day,
Never, ever, to know,
How I loved you'
If I loved you'

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