A Haunting Melody   12 comments

(Just another song, crying for some music)

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Just an old familiar song I hear
Keeps wanderin’ back to me
Brings me back to times so dear
When you were here with me
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It’s just a melody
That brings back memories
A soft and tender tune
Beneath the stars and moon
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Along a lonely avenue
With nothing there to see
The notes ring out so clear and true
This haunting melody
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It’s just a melody

That brings back memories

A soft and tender tune
Beneath the stars and moon

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Don’t think that I’ll get over you
It’s plain for me to see
I’m still held by a love that’s true
A haunting melody.
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It’s just a melody
That brings back memories
A soft and tender tune
Beneath the stars and moon
You come into my arms again
Your bright eyes look at me
Seems you heard that same refrain
That haunting melody.

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Posted February 24, 2013 by PapaBear in Uncategorized

12 responses to “A Haunting Melody

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  1. Hauntingly beautiful!

  2. Paul, a beautiful enchanting melody, a song of sweet enduring love…your poem touch me deeply with it’s timeless beauty ! I always seem to read your comments and your spirt shines ever so brightly, your love for writing shows so brilliantly in all that you share…god bless you my friend, you are a true gift to all of us!

  3. It definitely is; “crying for some music.”
    That is beautiful, Paul… It definitely is a song waiting for a melody…!
    Beautiful…!

  4. Beautiful. We never forget, we just store it away and sometimes it spills out of the closet when something brushes the door handle.

  5. Beautiful Paul…

  6. Sometimes, for me, that can be a ballad or a hymn. Beautifully said.

  7. Lovely… wistful and sentimental without being sappy…. 🙂

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