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YOU SET MY HEART TO MUSIC (Eaton Magoon Jr. (m & l) 1960) Johnny Mathis 1961 You set my heart to music When you came my way You made my life a love song I can sing each day. All you did was smile Scarcely touch my hand You hardly said a word to me When melody swelled in me. You set my heart to music Can it you hear it ring Now morning, noon and evening All I do is sing. And pray that someday I’ll be the composer Who will set your heart to music too. (bridge) Now morning, noon and evening All I do is sing. And pray that someday That I’ll be the composer Who will set your heart to music too. NOTES: Johnny Mathis has sold over 350 million records confirmed by Guinness World Records and was the undisputed king of the romantic Fifties ‘make out ‘ music. Interestingly, his Greatest Hits albums (3) starting in 1958 of which this lyric is part, were the beginning of a trend copied by every record company to this day (Greatest Hits). The first album of this collection still holds the distinction of being the second longest charting album in the history of Billboard (490 weeks). From the Original Broadway Soundtrack of the failed 1961 musical ‘Thirteen Daughters’ Director: Billy Matthews Leads: Don Ameche / John Battles / Monica Boyar / Isabelle Farrel (Transcribed by David Story - November 2013)

    


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