• Beyond The Sea
This is a 1946 pop song written by Charles Trenet and lyrics by Jack Lawrence. Trenet's French version paid _____ to the changing moods of the sea while Lawrence by adding the word 'beyond' to the title created lyrics about a lover finding for a lost love
• Beyond the Sea 1
Somewhere beyond the sea, somewhere waiting for me, my lover stands on golden sands and watches the ships that go sailing.
Somewhere beyond the sea, she's there watching for me.
If I could fly like birds on high, then, straight to her arms, I'd go sailing
• Beyond the Sea 2
It's far beyond a star. It is near beyond the moon. I know beyond a doubt my heart will lead me there and soon we'll meet beyond the shore and we'll kiss just as before. Happy we'll be beyond the sea and never again I'll go sailing.
• Dust In The Wind
Now, don't hang on.
Nothing lasts forever but the earth and sky.
It slips away and all your money won't another minute buy.
Dust in the wind.
All we are is dust in the wind.
Dust in the wind.
Everything is dust in the wind.
• Fly Me To The Moon
This song was written by Bart Howard in 1954. And it was first name, 'In Other Words', and for some reason it didn't _____ at all. But in 1962 it was renamed the first five words of the lyric, 'fly me to the moon'. And it was an overnight success.
whiter shade of pale 1
We skipped the light fandango.
Turned cartwheels 'cross the floor.
I was feeling kinda seasick.
But the crowd called out for more.
The room was humming harder.
As the ceiling flew away.
When we called out for another drink.
The waiter brought a tray.
whiter shade of pale 3
She said, 'There is no reason'.
And the truth is plain to see.
But I wandered through my playing cards.
And would not let her be.
One of sixteen vestal virgins.
Who were leaving for the coast.