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HERE COMES THE SUN Written for the unfinished film "The March Of Time" (1930) (Arthur Freed / Harry Woods) Charles King - 1930 Kate Smith - 1930 The Boswell Sisters - 1930 Bert Lown & His Orch. (vocal: Biltmore Rhythm Boys) - 1930 Chick Bullock & His Levee Loungers - 1930 Vincent Lopez Orch. (vocal: Jack Parker) - 1930 Ipana Troubadours (vocal: Claude Reese) - 1930 Sam Lanin & His Orch. (vocal: Irving Kaufman) - 1930 Lloyd Keating & His Music (vocal: Tom Frawley) - 1930 Earl Burtett's Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orch. (vocal: Eddie Bush) - 1930 The University Orch. (Instr.) - 1930 Let the darkest hour come just before the dawn Soon the melancholy hum of nighttime will be gone Shadows creeping 'round the world, leaving doubt and fear Daylight soon will be unfurled, look the morning's here Wake with the buttercup Come on, get up, get up Here comes the Sun Open your sleepy eyes Look at the flaming skies Here comes the Sun Turn your back on the night Morning's cheerful and bright Not a shadow in your way This day is your day Wake with the singing birds Shout out those lucky words Here comes the Sun Lovers are hand-in-hand This is the promised land Daydreams are spun Laugh, your sorrow is over Then half the battle is won Life's no gloomy race Life's your happy face Here comes the Sun (Orchestral Break) Wake with the buttercup Come on, get up, get up Here comes the Sun Open your sleepy eyes Look at the flaming skies Here comes the Sun Turn your back on the night Morning's cheerful and bright Not a shadow in your way This day is your day Wake with the singing birds Shout out those lucky words Here comes the Sun Lovers are hand-in-hand This is the promised land Daydreams are spun Laugh, your sorrow is over Then half the battle is won Life's no gloomy race Life's your happy face Here comes the Sun (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - May 2014)

    


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