The Song of Songs
Do you recall that night in June when
first we met?
Do you remember Love the words we
Have you forgotten all the tender vows
in the silent magical moonbeams light?
Gone are the golden dreams
with summer roses,
And all of our tender-est vows
were made but to be broken . . .
Song of songs,
Song of memory,
and broken melody of love and
nevermore to me
can that melody
fill the heart
with the joy once it knew . . .
Oh night of bliss, night of June and
beneath the stars amid the roses . . .
Oh dream of delight that faded at
Oh song of songs,
Oh night of bliss,
When you were my whole world of love!
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When you were my whole world of love .
Harold Vicars and lyrics by
Clarence Lucas , 1914
Original French lyrics by
| Album Links |With Orchestra Conducted by Lloyd Shaffer Recorded at RCA Victor Studio 2, New York City Recorded January 23, 1947
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