Bells are ringing, soul of France
Bells are singing of romance

see'est tres jolie en Paris in the spring
Watching all the lovers walk along the Seine
Pitch a penny in her like a wishing well
Feed the pigeons in the park near Tour-Eifelle

Bells are ringing, soul of France
Bells are singing of romance

There's a chapel "Sacre Coure" in quaint Montmarte
In the open air the painters show their art
In the restaurant sip a beaujolies
What a perfect way to spend a lovely day

Bells are ringing, soul of France
Bells are singing of romance

Sunday morning, hear the bells of Notre Dame
Watching belles jeunes filles and the handsome gendarmes
Near the Arc De Triomphe on the Champs-Elysees
Coffee and croissants in a sidewalk cafe

Some people go to see the races at Deauville
Or weekend by the racing tides of Mont San Michelle
Some take the tour of Chartres on an autobus
While the writers and the artists never leave Mont Parnasse

Lyrics submitted by Bobo192

Belles of Paris Lyrics as written by Mike Edward Love Brian Douglas Wilson

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing, BMG Rights Management, Spirit Music Group

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    General CommentThis is actually a surpringly good song, although not quite a 'best of the best' kind of track. It's a pretty casual, mellow song about Paris and its vocal and musical elements are put together well. By the way, it could be called "Bells of Paris" or "Belles of Paris" (as it is on the CD) - 'belles' would mean beautiful women.
    They re-recorded this song as "Bells of Christmas" and it also makes a pretty good Christmas song. Check it out on their "Ultimate Christmas" CD.
    The Swing Kingon December 22, 2006   Link

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