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The Supremes – I hear a symphony

A classic Holland/Dozier/Holland piece of Motown songwriting beautifully belted out by Diana Ross with Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard – aka The Supremes!

A tender rhapsody of love indeed!

They sure don’t make em like this anymore!

You’ve given me a true love
And every day I thank you love
For a feeling that’s so new
So inviting, so exciting

Whenever you’re near
I hear a symphony
A tender melody
Pulling me closer
Closer to your arms

Then suddenly, I hear a symphony
Ooh, your lips are touching mine
A feeling so divine
till I leave the past behind
Im lost in a world
Made for you and me

Whenever you’re near
I hear a symphony
Play sweet and tenderly
Every time your lips meet mine now baby

Baby, baby
You bring much joy within
Dont let this feeling end
Let it go on and on and on
Now baby, baby
Those tears that seem my eyes
I cry not for myself
But for those who never felt the joy we felt

Whenever you’re near
I hear a symphony
Each time you speak to me
I hear a tender rhapsody of love now

Baby, baby
As you stand holding me
Whispering how much you care
A thousand violins fill the air

Now baby, baby
Don’t let this moment end
Keep standing close to me
Ooh, so close to me, baby, baby
Baby, baby
I hear a symphony
A tender melody

-Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Edward Holland, jr.

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January 8, 2009 Posted by | Diana Ross, Music_Motown, Music_Soul, The Supremes, _BABE, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment