I love “She Used to Love Me a Lot”; the melody is haunting and beautiful.
But when he heard barking, he rushed upstairs to find Towa and melody waiting on the second floor.
I was just experimenting with transposing a melody that I knew in my head to the guitar.
Arriving at the melody Ballroom, the atmosphere was a frenzy of joy, jubilation and holy bedlam.
But in the 1990s, the English word "earworm" gained the meaning "a song or melody that keeps repeating in one's mind."
The ideas are clear-cut and concise; the melody and harmony distinctive and strikingly characteristic.
Life, that would fain be a melody, seems here almost a malady.
It was not merely a melody but also a mnemonic; just as their towers were not merely trophies but beacons and belfries.
Their outburst of melody is like a brook let loose from wintry chains.
He changed to the tune of a minuet, then essayed at a melody more sweet and haunting than them all, but broken ere its finish.