Dmitry, Lou Christie's song borrows from the movement in the Romeo and Juliet Overture at the point I indicated.
This is more obvious...
Johann Sebastian Bach and The Toys
...in 3/4 time.
...in 4/4 time.
Note: The Minuet in G major is a keyboard piece included in Bach's 1725 Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. The Minuet in G major and its companion piece, the Minuet in G minor, are two of the many anonymous works included in the 1725 Notebook. In the 1970s the Minuet in G major was identified as a piece from a harpsichord suite by Dresden organist Christian Petzold.
Also, no writing credit was given J. S. Bach (in 1965 Bach was still believed to have written the Minuet in G major)...