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Paris Loves Lovers lyrics

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Fred Astaire – Paris Loves Lovers lyrics

Gaze on the glistening lights below and above
Oh, what a night of nights for people in love
No city but this my friend, no city I know
Gives romance such a chance to grow and grow

Paris loves lovers, for lovers it's heaven above
Paris tells lovers, love is supreme, wake up your dream and make love
Only in Paris one discovers the urge to merge with the splurge of the spring
Paris loves lovers for lovers know that love is everything

Paris loves lovers, for lovers it's heaven above
(Capitalistic, characteristic, sensualistic, they should be atheistic)
Paris tells lovers, love is supreme, wake up your dream and make love
(Imperialistic, I'm pessimistic, that's anti communistic)

Only in Paris one discovers the urge to merge with the splurge of the spring
(Militaristic, you're optimistic, du jour propaganda)
Paris loves lovers for lovers know that love is everything
(Unrealistic, is individualistic and not at all collectivistic)
(But a low totalitarianistic thing)



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