"My Melody of Love" is the title of a popular song from 1974 by the Polish American singer Bobby Vinton. Vinton adapted his song from a German song composed by Henry Mayer, and it appears on Vinton's album Melodies of Love.
Vinton came up with the idea to adapt Mayer's song while performing in Las Vegas, Nevada. The original song was called Herzen haben keine Fenster ("Hearts have no windows") and was a hit in Germany and Austria as performed by Austrian singer Elfi Graf. A version with newly written English lyrics was released as a single called "Don't Stay Away Too Long" by the British duo Peters and Lee earlier in 1974. Peters and Lee's version of the song failed to chart in the US but reached number three on the UK Singles Chart. Vinton's lyrics use a refrain that switches between English and Polish:
Moja droga, ja cię kocham,
Means that I love you so.
Kocham ciebie całym sercem,
Love you with all my heart.
"My Melody of Love" was Vinton's highest charting US pop hit in ten years, since his song Mr. Lonely reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1964. "My Melody of Love" spent two weeks at number three on the Hot 100 chart in November 1974 and was certified a Gold Record by the RIAA. In addition, it spent one week at number one on the Billboard easy listening chart, the singer's fourth song to top this chart. Its success led to Vinton's nickname "the Polish Prince".
Santa Must Be Polish and Other Christmas Sounds of Today is Bobby Vinton's forty-fourth studio album and his second Christmas album, released in 1987.