Lady Of Spain
Eddie Fisher Lyrics


Lady of Spain, I adore you
Right from the night I first saw you
My heart has been yearning for you
What else could any heart do?
Lady of Spain, I'm appealing
Why should my lips be concealing
All that my eyes are revealing?
Lady of Spain, I love you

Night in Madrid, blue and tender
Spanish moon makes silver splendor
Music throbbing, plaintive sobbing notes of a guitar
While ardent caballeros serenade:

Lady of Spain, I adore you
Right from the night I first saw you
My heart has been yearning for you
What else could any heart do?
Lady of Spain, I'm appealing
Why should my lips be concealing
All that my eyes are revealing?
Lady of Spain, I love you

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: STANLEY J. DAMERELL, TOLCHARD EVANS, ROBERT HARGREAVES

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Comments from YouTube:

starchboy71

"Don't you ever play this song again!" -Reggie Dunlop

dancebandleader

Hugo Winterhalter deserved a lot of credit for this superlative arrangement. Eddie like it too.

PAUL ROSE

Fantastic arrangement and oh what a superb piece of pure quality pop music.;

Leslie Barnard

Eddie had a beautiful voice with power like I have never heard since! Thank you for posting. :)

windstorm1000

what a bel canto voice! sweet clear and rich--Jerry Vale comes somewhat close, but then Eddie leaves him in his trail..

Grigor Ketenchian

Desi Arnaz sings this in one of my favorite "I Love Lucy" episodes - while Lucy does her hilarious antics in the background, trying to steal the show from Ricky since he gave her a minor part to play. Does anyone remember that scene?

CarlDuke

The greatest singer's greatest song. what more is there to say.

Ben Condon

Jeeves and Wooster, the TV series With Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry, brought me here...!

Turquoise Snowflake

No one,
not a single person
My dad every year to get us the Christmas mood: Plays lady of spain

Ken Mullin

I recall hearing this version many, many times back in the '50s...

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