Aqua Marina

Album: Stingray (1964)
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  • Marina, Aqua Marina,
    What are these strange enchantments that start whenever you're near?

    Marina, Aqua Marina,
    Why can't you whisper the words my heart is longing to hear?

    Your magic to me, a beautiful mystery.
    I'm certain to fall I know, because you enthrall me so.

    Marina, Aqua Marina,
    Why don't you say, that you'll always stay, close to my heart. Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • John Doughty from BedfordshireThis was the theme tune for Stingray.
  • Borges from South AmericaI was seven or eight years old and I used listen to "Thunderbirds" on TV and this movie was part of my childhood. I never forgot this music dedicated to that little mermaid. I don't know if she was mute. At that age, I didn't understand english and I always wanted to know the meaning of the lyrics. Here I am and at last I understand. Congratulatios to all of you by publicate this beaultiful and unforgetable music that makes me remember my childhood.
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