VELVET TOUCH, THE
Lyrics and Music by Mort Greene and Leigh Harline
(from "The Velvet Touch" (RKO, 1947)
Sung by male chorus with orchestra
conducted by Constantin Bakaleinikoff
The velvet touch ...
I felt a touch of love when I saw you smile.
I fell so much in love in a little while;
My heart opened Heaven's door and you walked through,
And then the velvet touch of meeting you ...
Soft summer breezes seemed to invade the room;
Sweet scent of roses filled it with a grand perfume;
But I only live to feel that thrill divine,
The velvet touch of your lips when your lips touch mine.
(Contributed by Lou Rugani - The Music of the Stars - October 2010)