Godfather and Lara’s Theme

What can I say – it’s a day for mixed up blogging subjects from hell.  Usually I don’t like the posting of song lyrics, but these are a couple of my all time absolute complete and utter favourites for life.

Somewhere My Love

Somewhere, my love,
There will be songs to sing
Although the snow
Covers the hope of spring.

Somewhere a hill
Blossoms in green and gold
And there are dreams
All that your heart can hold.

Someday we’ll meet again, my love.
Someday whenever the spring breaks through.
You’ll come to me
Out of the long ago,
Warm as the wind,
Soft as the kiss of snow.
Till then, my sweet,
Think of me now and then.
God, speed my love
‘Til you are mine again.

Francis Paul Webster
Maurice Jarre

Also known as the Love Theme or Lara’s Theme
from the movie Dr. (Doctor) Zhivago

Speak Softly Love
Andy Williams
Music by Nino Rota and Lyrics by Larry Kusik
from the movie “The Godfather” starring Marlon Brando

Speak softly, love and hold me warm against your heart
I feel your words, the tender trembling moments start
We’re in a world, our very own
Sharing a love that only few have ever known

Wine-colored days warmed by the sun
Deep velvet nights when we are one

Speak softly, love so no one hears us but the sky
The vows of love we make will live until we die
My life is yours and all because
You came into my world with love so softly love

Wine-colored days warmed by the sun
Deep velvet nights when we are one

Speak softly, love so no one hears us but the sky
The vows of love we make will live until we die
My life is yours and all because
You came into my world with love so softly love

Simple, inane, and soppy as they come.  There!  Hopefully that’s satisfied my wild and romantic side for the time being.  I also like Moon River.  But I think a blog could get seriously bogged down in sop with all three of them at once. 

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