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One of my most recent collaborations with Romeo Mascariñas. The lyric was first written in 2006, right after Hurricane Katrina, about my trip to Austria in 1992. It really took a while for the song to take off... wew, finally! (2009 version) (2016 revision)


"I look at Vienna as one, if not the most beautiful place in the world, not to mention how music plays an intricate part in my appraisal." (Fro)

Email: meomascarinas (at yahoo)


Words by J. Roel Lungay
Music by Romeo Mascariñas
Performed by Romeo Mascarinas

Took an early train
From Salzburg to Vienna
Mood was very quiet
The sun a little bite
Looking out the window
'Twas quite a lonely ride.

In a flash of light
An angel passes by
My heart was set ablaze
By that gorgeous face
Though I can hardly breathe
I wanna touch her face.

So this is the tune
Of the grooving Vienna
I feel so in love
Oh, City of Vienna
Sing me your songs
At the winding Danube
Is this just a dream...
Don't wake me up Vienna.

This is quiet a dream
I really wanna scream
What is happening
The magic on this train
And everywhere I go
I sense a smell of you.

(Repeat Chorus)

The majestic Glorietta,
Schonbrunn's little moon,
The waltzing Danube
And the beer drinking nook...
All dancing with the beat
When Vienna and I meet.

(Repeat Chorus, fade)

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