"Allelujah" as written by and Mark Edward Cascian Nevin....
The lights on the westway go on
A million cars hurry home
An ice cream van shuts off its tinsel bells
Winter won't be long

I see you every day
I watch as you walk down this way
We pass on the stairs of this council block
Too shy to find words to say

But your smile is a prayer that prays for love
And your heart is a kite that longs to fly
Hallelujah here I am
Let's cut the strings tonight

So meet me on the corner at eight
Let's get out of this place
We'll kiss the first of a million kisses
And let the past fall away

For your smile is a prayer that prays for love
And your heart is a kite that longs to fly
Hallelujah here I am
Let's cut the strings tonight

Yes your smile is a prayer that prays for love
And your heart is a kite that longs to fly
Hallelujah here I am
Let's cut the strings tonight

Yes your smile is a prayer that prays for love
And your heart is a kite that longs to fly
Hallelujah here I am
We'll cut the strings tonight

And we'll kiss the first of a million kisses
La-la-la-la-la-la


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"Allelujah" as written by Mark Edward Cascian Nevin

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    General CommentMy wife and I shared our first dance at our wedding to this song. It's a beautiful, romantic song that says everything about the hope of new love.
    Finster_17on November 30, 2006   Link

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