(André Tabet, Roger Bernstein / Jack Lawrence / Alex Alstone)
Brought to America from France after World War II by Johnny Desmond,
who had sung with the Glenn Miller Air Force Band.
Also recorded by : Ambrose; Dave Brubeck; Helen Carr; Benny Carter;
Herb Ellis; Percy Faith; Erroll Garner; Benny Goodman; Dick Haymes;
Ted Heath; Earl Hines; Harry James; Bert Kaempfert & His Orch.;
Rebecca Kilgore; Vera Lynn; Mantovani; Freddy Martin; Glenn Miller;
Liza Morrow; Mystic Moods Orch.; Flip Phillips; Clyde Rogers;
Jean Sablon; George Shearing; Sammy Turner; Jerry Vale.
Symphony, symphony of love
Music from above, how does it start?
You walk in and the song begins
Singing violins start in my heart
Then you speak
The melody seems to rise
Then you sigh
It sighs and it softly dies
Symphony sing to me
Then we kiss and it's clear to me
When you're near to me
You are my symphony