Robert Farnon Penthouse Serenade cover

Penthouse Serenade
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Sep 12, 2014
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Penthouse Serenade Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Just picture a penthouse way up in the sky
With hinges on chimneys for stars to go by
A sweet slice of Heaven for just you and I
When we're alone.
Verse 2
From all of society we'll stay aloof
And live in propriety there on the roof.
Two heavenly hermits we will be in truth
When we're alone.
Verse 3
We'll see life's mad pattern
As we view old Manhattan
Then we can thank our lucky stars
That we're living as we are.
Verse 4
In our little penthouse we'll always contrive
To keep love and romance forever alive
In view of the Hudson just over the drive,
When we're alone.
Verse 5
We can thank our lucky stars
That we're living as we are.
Verse 6
In our little penthouse we'll always contrive
To keep love and romance forever alive
In view of the Hudson just over the drive,
When we're alone.

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