Moonlight In Vermont
Romantic Strings and Orchestra Lyrics


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Pennies in a stream
Falling leaves of a sycamore
Moonlight in Vermont

Icey finger waves
Ski trails on a mountain side
Snowlight in Vermont
Telegraph cables, they sing down the highway
And travel each bend in the road
People who meet, in this romantic setting
Are so hypnotized by the lovely

Evening summer breeze
Warbling of a meadowlark
Moonlight in Vermont

Telegraph cables, they sing down the highway
And travel each bend in the road

People who meet, in this romantic setting
Are so hypnotized by the lovely

Evening summer breeze
Warbling of a meadowlark
Moonlight in Vermont

You and I and moonlight in Vermont





Moonlight in Vermont

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of Romantic Strings and Orchestra's song "Moonlight in Vermont" describe the peaceful and romantic setting of Vermont, a state in the northeastern part of the United States. The first verse talks about the simple yet beautiful sights and sounds in Vermont - "Pennies in a stream" and "Falling leaves of a sycamore". The second verse introduces winter imagery with "Icey finger waves" and "Ski trails on a mountain side" under "Snowlight in Vermont". The third verse refers to the telegraph cables that sing down the highway as people travel each bend in the road, adding to the enchanting setting of the state. The song suggests that this setting is so hypnotizing that people who meet in Vermont cannot help but be mesmerized by the romantic evening summer breeze and the melodious warbling of a meadowlark.


Overall, the lyrics of "Moonlight in Vermont" paint a picture of a peaceful, romantic, and enchanted setting in Vermont. The beauty of the natural surroundings seems to leave a lasting impact on those who experience it.


Line by Line Meaning

Pennies in a stream
Small, insignificant things flowing endlessly in a stream.


Falling leaves of a sycamore
The autumn season is represented by sycamore leaves, gently falling down.


Moonlight in Vermont
The serene and romantic feeling one gets when looking at the moon shining over the state of Vermont.


Icey finger waves
The cool breeze of Vermont, represented as waves that brush against one's fingers.


Ski trails on a mountain side
The sight of people skiing on the mountains of Vermont under the snowlight, leaving behind beautiful white trails.


Snowlight in Vermont
The tranquil feeling when snow blankets the state of Vermont.


Telegraph cables, they sing down the highway
The sound of telegraph cables vibrating down the road, producing a rhythmic humming sound.


And travel each bend in the road
Telegraph cables travel along the twists and turns of Vermont's highways.


People who meet, in this romantic setting
The romantic setting of Vermont brings people together.


Are so hypnotized by the lovely
The beauty of Vermont is so captivating that it leaves onlookers entranced.


Evening summer breeze
The warm and gentle breeze of Vermont's summer evenings.


Warbling of a meadowlark
The beautiful singing of a meadowlark in Vermont's tranquil surroundings.


You and I and moonlight in Vermont
A romantic image of the singer and their significant other enjoying the serenity of Vermont's moonlit setting.


Moonlight in Vermont
Repeating the chorus, emphasizing the haunting feeling of the moonlit Vermont state.




Lyrics © Songtrust Ave, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: John M. Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf

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Comments from YouTube:

@ClassicDamsel

Oh, how lovely is the sound of stringed instruments! The 101 Strings Orchestra always brings great beauty to their pieces. Thank you for sharing this! It is a beautiful video!

@MrPAPAGAYO46

Una bellísima selección de la orquesta 101Strings es esta, "Luna llena en Vermont", en la que las cuerdas tejen varias y delicadas armonías que nos endulzan el oído y acarician el corazón con su delicadeza y esplendor.

@TheSorrowfulFlower

Bravo! Stunning video, Jim, as always!! Love your choice of pictures! Thanks so much for sharing! :))

@claudiovaldez1625

Marvelous Jim,thank you so much,your music selection is wonderful!! Regards.

@Jymster46

Thank you, Claudio! I'm so happy you like some of what I have posted. I appreciate your very nice comments. Best Regards,
Jim

@paulfishman4273

This is the best authentic version to listen to while on Put in Bay on the lake. This is a late summer memory.

@wasittoyou

Ahhhhh... takes me back to when I had just about every 33 LP they ever made. Thankyou !!!!

@petercole8798

Nice version of this great song.

@Jymster46

@ClassicDamsel Thank you so much, Classic Damsel! They have covered almost every song you can think of and have done a great job on each one, I think. Thank You so much for taking the time to watch, listen and comment! It means a lot to me! Jim

@Jymster46

@TheSorrowfulFlower You are very welcome Heather. I am so glad you liked it! I love the song and their are many wonderful vocal versions, especially by the Ladies of song. Two that I really love are the versions by Jo Stafford and Margaret Whiting. Thank you so much for watching! Jim

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