Lyrics Eddy Arnold – Kentucky Waltz

 
Kentucky Waltz Lyrics – Eddy Arnold

Singer: Eddy Arnold
Title: Kentucky Waltz

We were waltzin’ that night in Kentucky
By that beautiful harvest moon
And I was a boy that was lucky
But it all ended too soon

As I sit here alone in the moonlight
I see your smiling face
And I long once more for your embrace
And that beautiful Kentucky Waltz

We were waltzin’ that night in Kentucky
By that beautiful harvest moon
And I was a boy that was lucky
But it all ended too soon

As I sit here alone in the moonlight
I see your smiling face
And I long once more for your embrace
And that beautiful Kentucky Waltz
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Kentucky Waltz – Terjemahan / Translation

Kami adalah Waltzin ‘malam itu di Kentucky
Oleh bulan panen yang indah
Dan aku adalah anak laki-laki yang beruntung
Tapi semuanya berakhir terlalu cepat

Saat aku duduk di sini sendirian di bawah sinar bulan
Saya melihat wajah tersenyum Anda
Dan saya lama sekali lagi untuk pelukan Anda
Dan kentucky waltz yang indah

Kami adalah Waltzin ‘malam itu di Kentucky
Oleh bulan panen yang indah
Dan aku adalah anak laki-laki yang beruntung
Tapi semuanya berakhir terlalu cepat

Saat aku duduk di sini sendirian di bawah sinar bulan
Saya melihat wajah tersenyum Anda
Dan saya lama sekali lagi untuk pelukan Anda
Dan kentucky waltz yang indah
Find more lyrics at indolirik.jspinyin.net

Lyrics Eddy Arnold – Kentucky Waltz

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Kentucky Waltz (1951) - Eddy Arnold