O sole mio

Statue or Eric Morecambe on the Promenade at Morecambe Bay.

As it has been raining on and off all day i decided to use this title (see Reference below) and then I had to use this picture as Morecambe and Wise (British Comedy duo) used “Bring me Sunshine” as there Theme Song:

Bring me Sunshine, in your smile,
Bring me Laughter, all the while,
In this world where we live, there should be more happiness,
So much joy you can give, to each brand new bright tomorrow,Make me happy, through the years,
Never bring me, any tears,
Let your arms be as warm as the sun from up above,
Bring me fun, bring me sunshine, bring me love.Bring me Sunshine, in your eyes,
Bring me rainbows, from the skies,
Life’s too short to be spent having anything but fun,
We can be so content, if we gather little sunbeams,Be light-hearted, all day long,
Keep me singing, happy songs,
Let your arms be as warm as the sun from up above,
Bring me fun, bring me sunshine, bring me love.

Oh now I am all sad. These two were great and I am sure they would have found something to laugh about today. I hope you enjoy this little snippet. It has helped to cheer me. Keep a little bit of Sunshine in your heart and stay sane.

“’O sole mio”
First edition sheet music cover[1]
Composer(s)Eduardo di Capua
Alfredo Mazzucchi
Lyricist(s)Giovanni Capurro

For the 1946 film, see O sole mio (film). For the operatic trio from New Zealand, see Sole Mio.

’O sole mio” (Neapolitan pronunciation: [o ˈsoːlə ˈmiːə]) is a globally known Neapolitan song written in 1898. Its lyrics were written by Giovanni Capurro and the music was composed by Eduardo di Capua and Alfredo Mazzucchi [it] (1878–1972).[2] There are other versions of “’O sole mio” but it is usually sung in the original Neapolitan language. ’O sole mio is the Neapolitan equivalent of standard Italian Il mio sole and translates literally as “my sun” or “my sunshine”.[3]






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