Under Paris Skies

Under Paris Skies (Sous Le Ciel De Paris) is a lilting waltz with an English lyric warning of the dangers of falling in love in Paris. This French import is included in ASCAP's Hit Songs list for 1953. Mitch Miller had the hit recording of this tune.
Music by Hubert Giraud and English Lyric by Kim Gannon.




Stranger beware, there's love in the air,
Under Paris Skies.
Try to be smart and don't let your heart catch on fire.
Parisian love can bloom, high in a sky-light room,
or in a gay café where hundreds of people can see.
I wasn't smart and I lost my heart Under Paris Skies.
Don't ever be a heart-broken stranger like me.
Oh, I fell in love. Yes, I was a fool,
for Paris can be so beautif'ly cruel.
Paris is just a gay coquette, who wants to love and forget.
Stranger beware, there's love in the air.
Love becomes king the moment it's spring
Under Paris Skies.
Lonely hearts meet somewhere on the street of desire.
Parisian love can bloom, high in a sky-light room,
or in a gay café where hundreds of people can see.
I wasn't smart and I lost my heart Under Paris Skies.
Don't ever be a heart-broken stranger like me.
Oh, I fell in love. Yes, I was a fool,
for Paris can be so beautif'ly cruel.
Paris is just a gay coquette, who wants to love and forget.
Stranger beware, there's love in the air.
Just look and see what happened to me
Under Paris Skies.
Watch what you do, the same thing can happen to you.

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