Song: Come Waltz With Me on Shostakovich’s second Waltz

Song: Come Waltz With Me On Shostakovich’s Second Waltz

In this video, A wonderful adaptation song “Come Waltz With Me” on composer Shostakovich’s music “Waltz No. 2” (The Second Waltz), by Famous singer “Demis Roussos”, arranged with a beautiful clip of the Vienna State Opera Ballet performed in the New Year’s Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic.

This show was played in Vienna’s famous castle; and accompanied by talented ballet dancers who bring to life the remarkable interpretative style of Demis Roussos! 

Listen to Waltz no 2 Instrumental version and find out more about this waltz

Also watch: waltz no 2 dance videos 

Let’s find out more about Famous romantic singer, musician Demis Roussos who wrote the lyrics to this famous song “Come Waltz With Me”.

Greek singer Demis Roussos (1946- 2015) is known for his dramatic, operatic vocal stylings. He was born in Alexandria, Egypt, to Greek expatriate parents.

Roussos was a member of progressive rock group Aphrodite’s Child in Greece, which was a huge hit in Europe, especially France, before he started his career as a solo recording artist in 1970s and he released a number of singles and albums that charted highly on the European and Latin American charts. 

He sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. Some of his solo hits in the 1970s and 80s are Forever and Ever, Goodbye and Quand je t’aime.

 

“Come Waltz With Me” lyrics

Come walk with me and let go of the way you are going 
Come talk to me and I’ll tell you what’s really worth knowing 
Life’s much too good, my friend. Don’t let it end. 

Come dance with me and I’ll give you a gift worth giving
Take a chance with me and I’ll show you a life that’s worth living
Life’s much too good, my friend. Don’t let it end.

Come waltz with me and let go of the way you are going
Come talk to me and I’ll tell you what’s really worth knowing
Life’s much too good, my friend. Don’t let it end.

Come dance with me and I’ll give you a gift worth giving
Take a chance with me and I’ll show you a life that’s worth living
Life’s much too good, my friend. Don’t let it end.


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