|Performed By:||Ray Conniff (1960)|
It's dark on observatory hill; Come on, let's pretend we're Jack and Jill. We'll stroll to the hilltop where college sweethearts go And look at the lights on the campus down below. We'll learn what astronomy is for, We'll learn what the stars can have in store; We'll know in advance the moon may mean romance When it's dark on observatory hill. (Bridge:) And I'd like to recite you a poem that I wrote; It tells why I think you're wonderful. Then from afar we can hear a sweet guitar While voices are harmonizing. We don't have to know arithmetic To figure why you and I would click; My heart tells me this: your lips were meant to kiss When it's dark on observatory hill.
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