KARZAN

KARZAN
KARZAN
Song
Will E. Dulmage
Hal Artis
Sam Fox Pub. Co.
Ray Parmelee
The mythical land of Karzan is depicted on the cover with three men on camels against an eastern cityscape with the large superimposed figure of a woman in “oriental” costume, eyes closed, hands clasped behind her head and elbows spread wide.

Karzan, memories of happy hours,
You bring when moonbeams steal thru the sky,
Karzan, underneath your tropic bow’rs
I spend in day dreams, my love and I,
Longingly I yearn once more to be.

CHORUS:
In Karzan, land of dreams,
Till the dawn, there it seems,
Hearts are carefree and all its mystery
Seems to enchant me,
While incense rare is ev’rywhere,
When the world goes to sleep,
When the soft shadows creep,
Then in dreams, it seems,
A dark-eyed maid is calling me
In Karzan.

Karzan, sentimental wonderland,
Where love came creeping into my heart,
Karzan, oriental splendor grand,
My vows I’m keeping, I’ll soon depart
Nevermore, I’ll leave that sunny shore.

KARZAN