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The Music Stopped
by Frank Sinatra

It was a most romantic interlude
And we were in a most romantic mood
Our hearts were lost in reverie
I only knew you were close to me

The music stopped, but we were still dancing
Which goes to show that music has charms
The lights were low so we kept on dancing
I felt the glow of you in my arms
The band had left the stand and we were in heaven
Dancing on a cloud 'way off in the blue
The music stopped and people were glancing
But we went on dancin' for we didn't know
Because the lights were low
And we were in love

The music stopped but we were still dancing
Which goes to show that music has charms
The lights were low so we kept on dancing
I felt the glow of you in my arms
The band had left the stand and we were in heaven
Dancing on a cloud 'way off in the blue
The music stopped and people were glancing
But we went on dancin' for we didn't know
Because the lights were low
And we were in love

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: HAROLD ADAMSON, JIMMY MC HUGH

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Eisen J Eisen

wow 74 years a go i was young once to and i had curly hair

rfart maiaua

Eisen J Eisen I’m a poop bear 🐻

Michael -

Eisen J Eisen hmm, I am a young chap now with feathered hair, this is something to truly appreciate what a talent, when I sing I am not sure whether I sound like Frank or Ray.

Victor Roque

The music stopped, but we were still dancing
Which goes to show that music has charm
The lights were low so we kept on dancing
I felt the glow of you in my arms
The band had left the stand, and we were in heaven
Dancing on a cloud, way off in the blue, the music stopped
And people were glancing, but we went on dancing
For we didn't know, because the lights were low, and we were in love

Black Mishima

Rip Frank Sinatra I appreciate ur music for it got me outta the dumps when i was down it was great listening to you ur art and what you did

Victor Roque

Who else thinks this is a beautiful scene? Not just the music but the video itself. It's beautiful....

erwin jacobson

I was a real shame his self destructive ways damaged his voice. I only heard him in the 60's I could't believe it was the same person, sad.

Ida Claire

victor roque I believe the young lady with long hair was Barbara Hale. She was the first woman to kiss Frank Sinatra on film.

Bryan ismyname

One of the fine tunes Sinatra sang in his first featured movie role. Also included were the now-standard "A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening" and "I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night," which was nominated for an Oscar.

A nice cover version of "The Music Stopped" was done by Johnny Desmond and the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band.

Steve Silverman

What were you doing at 28? Do you suppose he had any idea what was yet in front of him? It's amazing to think, given the number of us sharing the planet at any given moment, how so few can impact so many, positively in this case and for so long. Twenty one years later and not a single replacement on the horizon.

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