"Prologue" as written by and Kate Bush....
We're gonna be laughing about this
We're gonna be dancing around
It's gonna be so good now
It's gonna be so good

Oh so exciting, go on and on
Every time you leave us
So summer will be gone
So you'll never grow old to us

It's gonna be so good now
It's gonna be so good
Can you see the lark ascending?

Oh so romantic, swept me off my feet
Like some kind of magic
Like the light in Italy
Lost its way across the sea

Roma Roma mia
Tesoro mio, bella
Pieno di sole luce
Bali cozi bene, bene
Pianissimo
Pianissimo

What a lovely afternoon
What a lovely afternoon
Oh will you come with us
To find the song of the oil and brush


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"Prologue" as written by Kate Bush

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    General CommentI don't think a song could be more beautiful than this.
    smallwonderroboton July 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti tried translating the italian:
    My Rome Roma
    My treasure, beautiful
    Full of sun light
    (Bali cozi) well, well
    quiet
    quiet

    this may be wildey inaccurate but i tried. not sure what bali cozi means.
    kitcat.1488on November 22, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthe whole of 'A sky of honey' just epitomises the beautiful, long English summer evening to me. By the coast or in the countryside you can feel the special quality of the light and hear the birdsong that is so obvious in summer. Beautiful.
    whatischatterison July 05, 2008   Link

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