light the candle for the evening dinner table
there's a dozen roses placed there for you
the orchestra is playing a piece
so darling shall we dance
serenade to the beat
this memory can last

at the end we find ourselves at your doorstep
but this is where we give a smile and just a kiss goodnight

the modern day love song changed everything between
the first glance in your eyes to the first kiss in the scene
it reached to the point where there's no room for Audrey and Kelly

what happened to all the romance?
what happened to all the romance?

they lost it on the movie screen
no more beauty and glamour it seems
it goes for the same on TV
no more beauty and glamour to me

the modern day love song changed everything between
the first glance in your eyes to the first kiss in the scene
it reached to the point where there's no room for Audrey and Kelly

what happened to all the romance?
what happened to all the romance?

bring the old classics back where you can find true romance
they always end on a solid note
repeat the lines with that special quote

shes got grace and dignity
with every moment
followed by one sweet symphony

sweetheart


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    General CommentThis song ROCKS ME.
    xshesaidtrulyxon August 01, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthesoundsofchange.com there you can listen to their new cd.. this song was my favorite i heard by the way, so i had to d/l it.. its really good
    empty_satireon April 14, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. I thought it was kinda goofy at first, but then after figuring out what the song was about, it's actually a pretty good song. Plus, it sounds great. One of my favorite Stairwell songs.
    mimitchi86on February 03, 2009   Link

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