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Playlist: Princess Collection Genre

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Playlist: Alan Menken

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Beauty And The Beast - Alan Menken - Disney

Beauty And The Beast
(Alan Menken)

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Beauty And The Beast
by Alan Menken

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" Beauty And The Beast " is a 1991 American animated musical romantic fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation, released by Walt Disney Pictures, produced by Don Hahn, and directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise. The 30th Disney animated feature film and the third released during the Disney Renaissance period, it is based on the 1756 French fairy tale of the same name by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (who was only credited in the French dub), and ideas from the 1946 French film of the same name directed by Jean Cocteau. Beauty and the Beast focuses on the relationship between the Beast (voice of Robby Benson), a prince who is magically transformed into a monster and his servants into household objects as punishment for his arrogance, and Belle (voice of Paige O'Hara), a young woman whom he imprisons in his castle. To break the curse, Beast must learn to love Belle and earn her love in return before the last petal falls from an enchanted rose or else the Beast will remain a monster forever.

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Lyrics


Beauty And The Beast (Tale As Old As Time)

Tale as old as time
True as it can be
Barely even friends
Then somebody bends
Unexpectedly

Just a little change
Small to say the least
Both a little scared
Neither one prepared
Beauty and the Beast

Ever just the same
Ever a surprise
Ever as before
And ever just as sure
As the sun will rise,

Ever just the same,
And ever a surprise, yeah
Ever as before
And ever just as sure
As the sun will rise

Tale as old as time,
Tune as old as song,
Bitter-sweet and strange
Finding you can change
Learning you were wrong,

Certain as the sun
Certain as the sun
Rising in the east
Tale as old as time
Song as old as rhyme
Beauty and the Beast

Tale as old as time
Song as old as rhyme
Beauty and the Beast

Songwriters: Howard Elliott Ashman / Alan Menken

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Agua De Beber - Antonio Carlos Jobim

Agua De Beber
(Water To Drink)
(Antonio Carlos Jobim)

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Agua De Beber
(Water To Drink)
by Antonio Carlos Jobim

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" Agua De Beber " (Water To Drink) is a bossa nova jazz standard composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim and originally recorded in the key of A minor, with lyrics written by Vinicius de Moraes. The English lyrics were written by Norman Gimbel.
The story is, as told by Kléber Farias, one of the engineers who helped build Brasília: In 1959, when the new capital was being built, the President of Brazil, Juscelino Kubitschek invited Antonio "Tom" Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes to spend a season at Catetinho (the provisional presidential palace, made of wood) to compose a symphony that would be performed at the inauguration of Brasilia.
One evening, Vinicius and Tom were walking near the wooden palace when they heard the noise of the water. They asked the watchman "But what is that noise of water here?" The watchman replied, "Você não sabe não? É aqui que tem água de beber, camará." [Don't you know? This is where you have drinking water, buddy.]
At that moment, they learnt both the source of water and inspiration for the first song composed in Brasilia. Kléber was one of the first to hear the song, sung by Tom and Vinícius at the city's only hotel, hours after composing it.

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Lyrics


Agua De Beber (Water To Drink)
(English - Translation)

Your love's the rain
My heart's the flower
I need your love
or I will die
My very life is in your power
will I wither and fade or bloom to the sky

Água de beber
Água de beber, camará
Água de beber
Água de beber, camará!

Água de beber
Água de beber, camará
Água de beber
Água de beber, camará!

The rain may fall on distant desert
the rain may fall upon the sea
the rain may fall upon the flower
since the rain has to fall, let it fall on me

Água de beber
Água de beber, camará
Água de beber
Água de beber, camará!

Água de beber
Água de beber, camará
Água de beber
Água de beber, camará!

Songwriters: Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius De Moraes


Agua De Beber (Water To Drink)
(Portuguese - Original) \

Eu quis amar mais tive medo
E quis salvar meu coração
Mas o amor sabe um segredo
O medo pode matar o seu coração
Água de beber
Água de beber camará
Água de beber
Água de beber camará
Eu nunca fiz coisa tão certa
Entrei pra escola do perdão
A minha casa vive aberta
Abri todas as portas do coração
Água de beber
Água de beber camará
Água de beber
Água de beber camará
Eu sempre tive uma certeza
Que só me deu desilusão
É que o amor é uma tristeza
Muita mágoa demais para um coração
Água de beber
Água de beber camará
Água de beber
Água de beber camará

Songwriters: Antonio Carlos Jobim / Vinicius De Moraes

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Playlist: Frank Sinatra

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Deck The Halls - Welsh Traditional - Christmas - Carol

Deck The Halls
(Welsh Traditional)

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Deck The Halls
- Welsh Traditional

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" Deck The Halls " (originally titled "Deck the Hall") is a traditional Christmas carol. The melody is Welsh, dating back to the sixteenth century, and belongs to a winter carol, "Nos Galan", while the English lyrics, written by the Scottish musician Thomas Oliphant, date to 1862. The English-language lyrics first appeared in 1862, in volume 2 of Welsh Melodies, a set of four volumes authored by John Thomas, including Welsh words by John Jones (Talhaiarn) and English words by Oliphant. The repeated "fa la la" goes back to the earlier Welsh and may originate from medieval ballads.
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Lyrics

Deck The Halls

Deck the halls with boughs of holly
Fa la la la la, la la la la (fa la la la la, la la la la)
'Tis the season to be jolly
Fa la la la la, la la la la (fa la la la la, la la la la)
Don we now our gay apparel
Fa la la la la, la la la la (fa la la la la, la la la la)
Troll the ancient Yuletide carol
Fa la la la la, la la la la
Fa la la la la, la la la la la la
Fa la la la la, fa la la la
Fa la la la la, la la la la la la
Fa la la la la, fa la la la
See the blazing yule before us
Fa la la la la, la la la la (fa la la la la, la la la la)
Strike the harp and join the chorus
(Fa la la la la, la la la, fa la la la la, la la la)
Follow me in merry measure
Fa la la la la, la la la la, fa la la la la, la la la la
While I tell of Yuletide treasure
(Fa la la la la, la la la la)
Fa la la la la, la la la la la la
Fa la la la la, fa la la la
Fa la la la la, la la la la la la
Fa la la la la, fa la la la
Fast away, the old year passes
Fa la la la la, la la la la (fa la la la la, la la la la)
Hail the new, ye lads and lasses
(Fa la la, la la la, la la la, la la la, fa la la, la la la, la la la la)
Sing we joyous all together, oh
Heedless of the wind and weather
Fa la la la la, la la la la (hey)
Fa la la la la, la la la la la la (oh)
Fa la la la la, fa la la la (oh)
Oh oh fa la la la la, la la la la la la
Fa la la la la, fa la la la
Deck the halls with boughs of holly
Fa la la la la, la la la la
'Tis the season to be jolly
Fa la la la la, la la la la
Don we now our gay apparel
Fa la la la la, la la la la
Troll the ancient Yuletide carol
Fa la la la la, la la la la
Fa la la la la, la la la la
Fa la la la la, la la la la
La la la la, la la la la

Songwriters: Welsh Traditional / Thomas Oliphant

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O Holy Night - Christmas

O Holy Night (Cantique de Noël)
(Adolphe Adam)

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O Holy Night
(Cantique de Noël)
by Adolphe Adam

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" O Holy Night " (also known as "Cantique de Noël") is a well-known Christmas carol composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847 to the French poem "Minuit, chrétiens" (Midnight, Christians) by poet Placide Cappeau (1808–1877). The carol reflects on the birth of Jesus as humanity's redemption. In Roquemaure at the end of 1843, the church organ had recently been renovated. To celebrate the event, the parish priest persuaded poet Placide Cappeau, a native of the town, to write a Christmas poem.[1] Soon afterwards that same year, Adolphe Adam composed the music. The song was premiered in Roquemaure in 1847 by the opera singer Emily Laurey. Unitarian minister John Sullivan Dwight, editor of Dwight's Journal of Music, wrote the English version in 1855. This version became popular in the United States, especially in the North, where the third verse resonated with abolitionists, including Dwight himself.
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Lyrics

O Holy Night
(English – Translation)

O holy night, the stars are brightly shining,
It is the night of the dear Saviour’s birth;
Long lay the world in sin and error pining,
'Till he appeared and the soul felt its worth.
A thrill of hope the weary world rejoices,
For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn;

Chorus
Fall on your knees, Oh hear the angel voices!
O night divine! O night when Christ was born.
O night, O holy night, O night divine.

Led by the light of Faith serenely beaming;
With glowing hearts by his cradle we stand:
So, led by light of a star sweetly gleaming,
Here come the wise men from Orient land,
The King of Kings lay thus in lowly manger,
In all our trials born to be our friend;

Chorus
He knows our need, To our weakness no stranger!
Behold your King! Before Him lowly bend!
Behold your King! your King! before him bend!

Truly He taught us to love one another;
His law is Love and His gospel is Peace;
Chains shall he break, for the slave is our brother,
And in his name all oppression shall cease,
Sweet hymns of joy in grateful Chorus raise we;
Let all within us praise his Holy name!

Chorus
Christ is the Lord, then ever! ever praise we!
His pow'r and glory, evermore proclaim!
His pow'r and glory, evermore proclaim!

Songwriters: Adolphe Adam / John Dwight

Cantique de Noël
(French – Original)

Minuit, chrétiens,
C'est l'heure solennelle
Ou l'Homme Dieu descendit jusqu'à nous
Pour effacer la tache originelle
Et de Son Père arrêter le courroux.
Le monde entier tressaille d'espérance
En cette nuit qui lui donne un Sauveur.
Peuple a genoux, attends ta délivrance!
Noel! Noel! Voici le Rédempteur!
Noel! Noel! Voici le Rédempteur!

Le Rédempteur
A brise toute entrave:
La terre est libre et le ciel est ouvert.
Il voit un Frère ou n'était qu'un esclave,
L'amour unit ceux qu'enchainait le fer.
Qui Lui dira notre reconnaissance?
C'est pour nous tous qu'Il nait,
Qu'Il souffre et meurt.
Peuple debout, chante ta délivrance!
Noel! Noel! Chantons le Rédempteur!
Noel! Noel! Chantons le Rédempteur!

Songwriters: Adolphe Adam / Placide Cappeau

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Playlist: Richard Wagner

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Song To The Evening Star - O, Du Mein Holder Abendstern - Tannhauser - Wagner

Song To The Evening Star
(O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern)
(Richard Wagner)

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Song To The Evening Star
(O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern)
by Richard Wagner

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" Song To The Evening Star " ("O du, mein holder Abendstern") is an aria sung by the character Wolfram (baritone) in the third act of Richard Wagner's 1845 opera Tannhäuser. Wolfram’s aria is a pretty magical moment in Wagner’s Tannhäuser. It’s almost a stand-alone song within the opera, the minstrel having a musical soliloquy, and it feels much gentler, much more intimate than everything that has come before. Wolfram is singing to the evening star, thinking of Elizabeth and her sad love for Tannhäuser.
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Lyrics

Song To The Evening Star (O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern)
(English – Translation)

Wolfram:
Dusk covers the land like a premonition of death,
Wraps the valley in her dark mantle;
The soul that longs for those heights
Dreads to take its dark and awful flight.
Then you appear, O loveliest of stars,
And shed your gentle light from afar;
Your sweet glow cleaves the twilight gloom,
And as a friend you show the way out of the valley.
O you, my fair evening star,
Gladly have I always greeted you:
Greet her, from the depths of this heart,
Which has never betrayed her,
Greet her, when she passes,
When she soars above this mortal vale
To become a holy angel there!

Songwriters: Richard Wagner

Song To The Evening Star (O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern)
(German – Original)

Wolfram:
Dusk covers the land like a premonition of death,
Wraps the valley in her dark mantle;
The soul that longs for those heights
Dreads to take its dark and awful flight.
Then you appear, O loveliest of stars,
And shed your gentle light from afar;
Your sweet glow cleaves the twilight gloom,
And as a friend you show the way out of the valley.
O you, my fair evening star,
Gladly have I always greeted you:
Greet her, from the depths of this heart,
Which has never betrayed her,
Greet her, when she passes,
When she soars above this mortal vale
To become a holy angel there!

Songwriters: Richard Wagner

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On Wings Of Song - Auf Flugeln Des Gesanges - Felix Mendelssohn

On Wings Of Song
(Auf Flugeln Des Gesanges)
(Felix Mendelssohn)

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On Wings Of Song
(Auf Flugeln Des Gesanges)
by Felix Mendelssohn

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" On Wings Of Song " (German: "Auf Flügeln des Gesanges") is a piece by Felix Mendelssohn, the second of his "six songs for voice and piano" (Opus 34-2, 1834). It is a setting of the poem Auf Flügeln des Gesanges by the German Romantic poet Heinrich Heine published in his Buch der Lieder in 1827. Franz Liszt arranged On Wings of Song for solo piano (S. 547). This song has been translated into other languages and has been adopted in school music textbooks for China, Japan and Korea.
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Lyrics

On Wings Of Song (Auf Flugeln Des Gesanges)
(English – Translation)

On Wings of Song
Sweetheart, I carry you away
Away to the fields of the Ganges
Where I know the most beautiful place

There is a garden of red flax
In the quiet moonlight
Expect the lotus flowers
Their charming little sister

The violets giggle and cherish
And gaze up at the stars
Secretly tell the roses
Are fragrant fairy ear

Hopping near and listen
the pious, wise gazelles
And noise in the distance
The sacred river's waves

There we will lay down
Under the palm tree
Peace and love and drink
And dream our blissful dream

Songwriters: Felix Mendelssohn / Heinrich Heine

Auf Flugeln Des Gesanges
(German – Original)

Auf Flügeln des Gesanges
Herzliebchen, trag' ich dich fort
Fort nach den Fluren des Ganges
Dort weiß ich den schönsten Ort

Dort liegt ein rotblühender Garten
Im stillen Mondenschein
Die Lotosblumen erwarten
Ihr trautes Schwesterlein

Die Veilchen kichern und kosen
Und schaun nach den Sternen empor
Heimlich erzählen die Rosen
Sich duftende Märchen ins Ohr

Es hüpfen herbei und lauschen
Die frommen, klugen Gazell'n
Und in der Ferne rauschen
Des heiligen Stromes Well'n

Dort wollen wir niedersinken
Unter dem Palmenbaum
Und Liebe und Ruhe trinken
Und träumen seligen Traum

Songwriters: Felix Mendelssohn / Heinrich Heine

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Non Piu Andrai - Figaros Aria - The Marriage Of Figaro - Mozart

Non Piu Andrai
(Figaro’s Aria)
(W. A. Mozart)

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Non Piu Andrai
(Figaro’s Aria)
by W. A. Mozart

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" Non Piu Andrai " (You shall go no more) is an aria for bass from Mozart's 1786 opera Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492. The Italian libretto was written by Lorenzo Da Ponte based on a stage comedy by Pierre Beaumarchais, La folle journée, ou le Mariage de Figaro (1784). It is sung by Figaro at the end of the first act. In this aria, Figaro teases Cherubino about his Spartan military future, in stark contrast with the pleasant and flirtatious life he has enjoyed in the Count's palace.
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Lyrics

Non Piu Andrai (You Will Not Go Anymore)
(English – Translation)

You won't go any more, amorous butterfly,
Fluttering around inside night and day
Disturbing the sleep of beauties,
A little Narcissus and Adonis of love.
You won't have those fine feathers any more,
That light and jaunty hat,
That hair, that shining aspect,
That womanish red color [in your face]!
Among soldiers, by Bacchus!
A huge moustache, a little knapsack,
Gun on your back, sword at your side,
Your neck straight, your nose exposed,
A big helmet, or a big turban,
A lot of honour, very little pay.
And in place of the dance
A march through the mud.
Over mountains, through valleys,
With snow, and heat-stroke,
To the music of trumpets,
Of bombards, and of cannons,
Which, at every boom,
Will make bullets whistle past your ear.
Cherubino, go to victory!
To military glory!

Songwriters: W.A. Mozart

Non Piu Andrai (You Will Not Go Anymore)
(Italian – Original)

Non più andrai, farfallone amoroso,
Notte e giorno d'intorno girando,
Delle belle turbando il riposo,
Narcisetto, Adoncino d'amor.
Delle belle turbando il riposo,
Narcisetto, Adoncino d'amor.
Non piu avrai questi bei penacchini,
Quel cappello leggiero e galante,
Quella chioma, quell'aria brillante,
Quel vermiglio donnesco color!
Quel vermiglio donnes color!
Non piu avrai quei penacchini,
Quel cappello
Quella chioma, quell'aria brillante
Non più andrai, farfallone amoroso,
Notte e giorno d'intorno girando,
Delle belle turbando il riposo,
Narcisetto, Adoncino d'amor.
Delle belle turbando il riposo,
Narcisetto, Adoncino d'amor.
Fra guerrieri, poffar Bacco!
Gran mustacchi, stretto sacco,
Schioppo in spalla, sciabla al fianco,
Collo dritto, muso franco, Un gran casco, o un gran turbante,
Molto onor, poco contante.
Poco contante
Poco contante
Ed in vece del fandango
Una marcia per il fango.
Per montagne, per valloni,
Con le nevi, e i solioni,
Al concerto di tromboni,
Di bombarde, di cannoni,
Che le palle in tutti i tuoni,
All'orecchio fan fischiar.
Non piu avrai quei penacchini,
Non piu avrai quel cappello
Non piu avrai quella chioma
Non piu avrai quell'aria brillante.
Non più andrai, farfallone amoroso,
Notte e giorno d'intorno girando,
Delle belle turbando il riposo,
Narcisetto, Adoncino d'amor.
Delle belle turbando il riposo,
Narcisetto, Adoncino d'amor.
Cherubino, alla vittoria!
Alla gloria militar!
Cherubino, alla vittoria!
Alla gloria militar!
Alla gloria militar!
Alla gloria militar!
Songwriters: W.A. Mozart

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Golden Slumbers - The Beatles

Golden Slumbers
(The Beatles)

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Golden Slumbers
by The Beatles

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" Golden Slumbers " is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1969 album Abbey Road. Written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney, it is the sixth song of the album's climactic B-side medley. The song is followed by "Carry That Weight" and begins the progression that leads to the end of the album. The two songs were recorded together as a single piece, and both contain strings and brass arranged and scored by producer George Martin.
"Golden Slumbers" is based on the poem "Cradle Song" from the play Patient Grissel, a lullaby by the dramatist Thomas Dekker. McCartney saw sheet music for "Cradle Song" at his father's home in Liverpool, left on a piano by his stepsister Ruth. Unable to read music, he created his own music. McCartney uses the first stanza of the original poem, with minor word changes, adding to it a single lyric line repeated with minor variation.

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Lyrics

Golden Slumbers

Once there was a way
To get back homeward
Once there was a way
To get back home
Sleep, pretty darling, do not cry
And I will sing a lullaby
Golden slumbers fill your eyes
Smiles await you when you rise
Sleep pretty darling, do not cry
And I will sing a lullaby
Once there was a way
To get back homeward
Once there was a way
To get back home
Sleep, pretty darling, do not cry
And I will sing a lullaby

Songwriters: John Lennon / Paul Mccartney

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Gnossienne No3 - Erik Satie

Gnossienne No.3
(Erik Satie)

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Gnossienne No. 3
by Erik Satie

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" Gnossienne No. 3 " is one of the Gnossiennes. The Gnossiennes are several piano compositions written by the French composer Erik Satie in the late 19th century. The works are for the most part in free time (lacking time signatures or bar divisions) and highly experimental with form, rhythm and chordal structure. The form as well as the term was invented by Satie. Satie's coining of the word gnossienne was one of the rare occasions when a composer used a new term to indicate a new "type" of composition. Satie used many novel names for his compositions (vexations, croquis et agaceries and so on). Ogive, for example, is the name of an architectural element which was used by Satie as the name for a composition, the Ogives. Gnossienne, however, was a word that did not exist before Satie used it as a title for a composition. The word appears to derive from gnosis. Satie was involved in gnostic sects and movements at the time that he began to compose the Gnossiennes. However, some published versions claim that the word derives from Cretan "knossos" or "gnossus"; this interpretation supports the theory linking the Gnossiennes to the myth of Theseus, Ariadne and the Minotaur. Several archeological sites relating to that theme were famously excavated around the time that Satie composed the Gnossiennes.
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Always On My Mind - Elvis Presley

Always On My Mind
(Elvis Presley)

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Always On My Mind
by Elvis Presley

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" Always On My Mind " is a ballad song written by Wayne Carson, Johnny Christopher and Mark James. The song has been a crossover hit, charting in both the country and western and pop categories, and AllMusic lists over 300 recorded releases of the song in versions by dozens of performers, including notably Brenda Lee in 1972, Elvis Presley in that same year, John Wesley Ryles in 1979, Willie Nelson's Grammy Award-winning version in 1982 and Pet Shop Boys in 1987.
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Lyrics

Always On My Mind

Maybe I didn't treat you
Quite as good as I should have
Maybe I didn't love you
Quite as often as I could have
Little things I should have said and done
I just never took the time
You were always on my mind
(You were always on my mind)
You were always on my mind
Maybe I didn't hold you
All those lonely, lonely times
And I guess I never told you
I'm so happy that you're mine
If I make you feel second best
Girl, I'm so sorry I was blind
You were always on my mind
(You were always on my mind)
You were always on my mind
Tell me
Tell me that your sweet love hasn't died
Give me
Give me one more chance
To keep you satisfied, satisfied
Little things I should have said and done
I just never took the time
You were always on my mind
(You were always on my mind)
You were always on my mind
You were always on my mind
Maybe I didn't treat you
Quite as good as I should have
Maybe I didn't love you
Quite as often as I could have
Maybe I didn't hold you
All those lonely, lonely times
And I guess I never told you
I'm so happy that you're mine
Maybe I didn't treat you
Quite as good as I should have

Songwriters: Johnny Christopher / Mark James / Wayne C. Thompson

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