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Where is that melody coming from
From the depth of the mountain or from a cloud
I can hear the sweet strains of fantasy
So vividly rich and free
Let me into that mythical magic world
Let me laugh and thrill and be a part of you
And no longer will it be of distant China
I'll be travelling with you
Oooh! West to India
Stepping into your world
I'm stepping right along with you
Stepping into your kind of beat
Oh your music's sweet Songoku
I'll be travelling with you
Oooh! West to India
Where is that melody coming from
From the depth of the mountain
Or from a cloud
I can hear the sweet strains of fantasy
So vividly rich and free
Let me into that mythical magic world
Let me laugh and thrill and be a part of you
And no longer will it be of distant China
I'll be travelling with you
Oooh! West to India
Stepping into your world
I'm stepping right along with you
Stepping into your kind of beat
Oh your music's sweet Songoku
Oooh! West to India (repeat until fade out)



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