More Summer of Romantic Fluff. This lyric is a repeat from 2016’s summer with some alternative lyrics.
(To the melody of “Syracuse” by Henri Salvador)
When Syracuse was where you loved me.
The moonlight shimmered on the sand.
The stars were lucky charms above me.
My heart was putty in your hand.
The sunrise augured joy for me there
Still it reminds me of your smile
When it was heaven just to be there.
With you in Syracuse a while.
Its streets once paved with dreams and magic.
Warm breezes whispering your name.
When I revisit now seem tragic.
With you not here, nothing’s the same..
Old Syracuse feels drab and lonely.
As by myself I wander ‘round.
The haunts we knew are places only.
And not the Syracuse we’d found.
Gone is the Syracuse we’d found.
Lyric 2016 by Robert S. Steinberg, Esquire
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You can find one haunting version of the song at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YP918Q272AA.