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MY HEARTS SYMPHONY
Gary Lewis & The Playboys


MY HEART'S SYMPHONYGary Lewis & The PlayboysWhen you told me that you loved meAnd I thought I could tell that you didMy heart told me all was well>From the deepest part of meThere came a melodyComplete with harmonyAs my heart played for me a symphonyINSTRUMENTAL INTERLUDEI remember all the timesYou told me that you were mineAnd I remember what it did to meFrom the deepest part of meThere came a melodyComplete with harmonyAs my heart played for me a symphonyINSTRUMENTAL INTERLUDEBut when I read your goodbye noteWhen I read the things you wroteWhen I knew that you had gone from meFrom the deepest part of meCame tones of tragedyNo trace of harmonyNo symphonyFor there was no heart left in meINSTRUMENTAL MUSIC fades awaytmazanec1@juno.com or Tom Mazanec to humans


GARY LEWIS & THE PLAYBOYS

Gary Lewis and the Playboys were a pop/rock group fronted by musician Gary Lewis, son of comedian Jerry Lewis, which earned its most success as a 'swinging sixties' band. Releasing four gold albums as well as many hits, songs "Build Me Up Buttercup" and "This Diamond Ring" in particular continue to receive significant airplay. The group initially auditioned for a job at Disneyland, supposedly without telling Disneyland employees about Lewis' celebrity father. ... Read More