"Veni Vidi Vici" as written by Jerry Livingston and Paul Francis Webster....
Veni, Vidi, Vici (I Came, I Saw, I Conquered)
The Gaylords
Written by Paul Webster and Jerry Livingston

Peak position # 30 in 1954


TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE: Most lyrics sung by entire group. (words sung by lead only)

Veni, vidi, veci
Veni, vidi, veci
(The moon above was yellow)
Music all around her
In my arms I found her
(I was a lucky fellow)

Veni, vidi, veci
Veni, vidi, veci
(She won my heart completely)
Heaven dressed in satin
As they say in Latin
(I came, I saw, I conquered)

Down by the shores of sunny Italy
In our little rendezvous
We kissed and then we kissed and kissed again
Exactly like the Romans used to do

Veni, vidi, veci
Veni, vidi, veci

Hand in hand we're heading
For a happy wedding
And that's the story of a girl and boy in love


The moon above was yellow

I was a lucky fellow

(Down by the shores of sunny Italy)
(In our little rendezvous)
We kissed and then we kissed and kissed again
Exactly like the Romans used to do

Veni, vidi, veci
Veni, vidi, veci
(How chapel bells are ringing)
Hand in hand we're heading
For a happy wedding
And that's the story of a girl and boy in love


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"Veni-Vidi-Vici" as written by Paul Francis Webster Jerry Livingston

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