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's Wonderful - Engelbert Humperdinck Lyrics

Updated Jan 1, 1970 | Posted time: Jan 1, 1970

What is 's Wonderful Lyrics

"'s Wonderful" lyrics are a set of words that make up a song named 's Wonderful, usually consisting of verses and choruses. The writer of this song lyrics is a lyricist or lyrist: Engelbert Humperdinck.

's Wonderful song words


Stars hang suspended

Above a floating yellow moon

Two hearts were blended

While angels sang a lover's tune


And so we kissed

Not knowing if our hearts could pay the price

But heaven welcomed us to paradise

Blessing our love


Then came the sunrise

Fading the moon and stars from sight

Recalling always

Our wonderland by night


Stars hang suspended


Above a floating yellow moon

Two hearts were blended

While angels sang a lover's tune


And so we kissed

Not knowing if our hearts could pay the price

But heaven welcomed us to paradise

Blessing our love


Then came the sunrise

Fading the moon and stars from sight

Recalling always

Our wonderland by night
 
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