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IF EVER I WOULD LEAVE YOU From the show "Camelot" (1960) (Alan Jay Lerner / Frederick Loewe) Robert Goulet - 1960 Carol Ventura - 1964 David Whitfield - 1966 Gene Merlino - 1967 Aretha Franklin - 1970 Robert Meadmore - 1982 Jackie Cain & Roy Kral - 1989 Thomas Hampson - 1996 Jacky Terrasson & Cassandra Wilson - 1997 Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers - 1997 Bryn Terfel - 1998 Also recorded by: Harry Secombe; John Raitt; Kate Smith; Roger Whittaker; John Gary; Sonny Rollins; Kenny Dorham; Ron Raines; Tom Jones. If ever I would leave you It wouldn't be in summer. Seeing you in summer I never would go. Your hair streaked with sunlight, Your lips red as flame, Your face with a lustre That puts gold to shame! But if I'd ever leave you, It couldn't be in autumn. How I'd leave in autumn I never will know. I've seen how you sparkle When fall nips the air. I know you in autumn And I must be there. And could I leave you Running merrily through the snow? Or on a wintry evening When you catch the fire's glow? If ever I would leave you, How could it be in springtime? Knowing how in spring I'm bewitched by you so? Oh, no! not in springtime! Summer, winter or fall! No, never could I leave you at all!

    


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