Listen to A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square song with lyrics from Leslie 'Hutch' Hutchinson

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

Leslie 'Hutch' Hutchinson13 Sep 2010

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square Lyrics

 

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square - Leslie 'Hutch' Hutchinson

When two lovers meet in Mayfair

So the legends tell

 

Songbirds sing

Winter turns to spring

Every winding street in Mayfair

Falls beneath the spell

I know such enchantment can be

 

'Cause it happened

One evening to me

 

That certain night

 

The night we met

 

There was magic abroad

In the air

There were angels dining

At the Ritz

And a nightingale sang

In Berkeley Square

 

I maybe right

 

I maybe wrong

But I'm perfectly willing to swear

 

That when you turned

And smiled at me

A nightingale sang

In Berkeley Square

 

The moon that lingered

Over London town

Poor puzzled moon

He wore a frown

How could he know

We two were so in love

The whole damned world

Seemed up side down

The streets of town

 

Were paved with stars

It was such a romantic affair

 

And as we kissed

And said good night

A nightingale sang

In Berkley Square

 

Our homeward step

 

Was just as light

 

As the tap dancing feet of Astaire

 

And like an echo far away

 

A nightingale sang

In Berkeley Square

 

I know 'cause I was there

 

 

That night in Berkeley Square