"Melody" as written by Judy Collins and Dp,....
I saw a photograph of you and me
Standing together by the sea
Light on the water so beautiful in the dawn
I am looking into your eyes
Before the secrets, before the lies,
Your lips are smiling as though you meant to go on.

I don't remember the words
That you said to me
I don't remember the words
But the melody
Haunts me

I found a rose that you gave to me
Pressed in a book of your poetry
Deathless prose like the love I thought that we shared
You left my life with no backward look
I crushed the rose and I burned the book
I cursed the day that I ever thought you could care

I don't remember the words
That you said to me
I don't remember the words
But the melody
Haunts me

Melody, melody, melody
Melody, melody, melody

There's not a day I don't think of you
There's not a think that I know to do
To keep your memory from invading my heart
And though your flowers and books are gone
The melody of you lingers on
You are a part of my song so what can I do

I don't remember the words
That you said to me
I don't remember the words
But the melody
Haunts me

Melody, melody, melody
Melody, melody, melody


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"Melody" as written by - Dp Radim Linhart

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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