"Sounds Like A Melody" as written by and Bernard Lloyd Marian Gold....
It's a trick of my mind
Two faces bathing in the screen light
She's so soft and warm in my arms
I tune it into the scene
My hands are resting on her shoulders
When we're dancing away for a while
Oh, we're moving, we're falling
We step into the fire
By the hour of the wolf in a midnight dream
There's no reason to hurry
Just start the brand-new story
Set it alight, we're head over heels in love
Head over heels
The ringing of your laughter
It sounds like a melody
To once-forbidden places
We'll go for a while

The ringing of your laughter
It sounds like a melody
To once-forbidden places
We'll go for a while

It's the definite show
Our shadows resting in the moonlight
It's so clear and bright in your eyes
It's the touch of your sighs
My lips are resting on your shoulder
When we're moving so soft and slow
We need the ecstasy, the jealousy
The comedy of love
Like the Cary Grants and Kellys once before
Give me more tragedy, more harmony
And fantasy, my dear
And set it alight, just starting that satellite
Set it alight

The ringing of your laughter
It sounds like a melody
To once-forbidden places
We'll go for a while

The ringing of your laughter
It sounds like a melody
To once-forbidden places
We'll go for a while


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"Sounds Like a Melody" as written by Frank Mertens Bernard Lloyd

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing, ROLF BUDDE MUSIKVERLAG GMBH

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    General CommentI love the rhythm of this song!!!
    ohad1984on October 19, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"phantasy, my love"
    Is actually
    "Fantasy, my dear"
    gabedachinkon February 09, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's about when love is so good that it almost feels like magic. I think it’s that he is trying to describe. The melody is really cool, and the voice. I always get a picture of a couple hugging each other and dancing in purple moonlight, In love.
    Pintenon July 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAny one has a coment on the line "by the hour of the wolf in a midnight dream"? THe only reference i find is to a 1960's very messed up Horror film called hour of the wolf (that would explaint he bird man and lady in the hat in the video, both demons in the movie, if what i read is right?) But the song is to sweet to refer to anythisg so dark as that? or is it? "Faces behind the screen light?" is that a movie reference?
    ofm19892003on November 07, 2007   Link
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    My InterpretationIt's a metaphor for movies.
    "...Two faces bathed in screenlight"
    "...I tune it into the scene..."
    "...just start that brand new story..."
    "Set it alight"
    StuckInThePaston August 04, 2010   Link

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