"On an Evening in Roma [Sott’er Celo De Roma]" as written by Sandro Taccani and Umberto Bertini....
Como è bella c'è la luna brille è strette
Strette como è tutta bella a passeggiare
Sotto il cielo di Roma

Down each avenue or via, street or strada
You can see 'em disappearing two by two
On an evening in Roma
Do they take 'em for espresso
Yeah, I guess so
On each lover's arm a girl I wish I knew
On an evning in Roma

Though there's grining and mandolining in sunny Italy
The beginning has just begun when the sun goes down
So please meet me in the plaza near your casa
I am only one and one is much too few
On an evening in Roma

Don't know what the country's coming to
But in Rome do as the Romans do
Will you on an evening in Roma

Though there's grining and mandolining in sunny Italy
The beginning has just begun when the sun goes down

Como è bella c'è la luna brille è strette
Strette como è tutta bella a passeggiare
Sotto il cielo di Roma
Don't know what the country's coming to
But in Rome do as the Romans do
Will you on an evening in Roma
Sott'er celo de Roma
On an evening in Roma


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"On an Evening in Roma" as written by Umberto Bertini Sandro Taccani

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