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How wonderful you are! (Gordon Haskell) UNIT 6 - part of lesson N

Exclamations with adjectives

Pay attention to the exclamation sentence. Every time you hear HOW WONDERFUL YOU ARE!, put your hand up.

I go out most nights attracted by the lights
Listen to the jazz at Harry’s bar
And I know it won’t be long before they play that song
Do you know how wonderful you are!

It’s a sentimental sound, make me wanna fool around
With somebody who is wishing on a star
I’ll pull my hat down low go up and say hello
Do you know how wonderful you are!

Always struggled with the art of conversation
And they'll be those for whom this song has no appeal
But I know it works for me
And I'm sure you will agree
That it illustrates exactly how I feel

Things can happen fast
Some things are built to last
I've seen it all go down in Harry's bar
Though we've only just begun
This show will run and run
Do you know how wonderful you are!

I've always struggled with the art of conversation
And they'll be those for whom this song has no appeal
But I know it works for me
And I'm sure you will agree
That it illustrates exactly how I feel

Things can happen fast
Some things are built to last
I've seen it all go down in Harry's bar
Though we've only just begun
This show will run and run
Do you know how wonderful you are!
Do you know how wonderful you are!

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