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I'LL SEE YOU AGAIN From "Bitter Sweet" (Noel Coward) Nelson Eddy Also recorded by: Sathima Bea Benjamin; Webster Booth; Ian Bosttridge; Rosemary Clooney; Nol Coward; Joe Diorio; Bill Evans; Fania All-Stars; Bryan Ferry; Eddie Fisher; Luther Henderson; Craig Jessup; Jimmy Jones; Shirley Jones; Kings Singers; Dorothy Kirsten; Andre Kostelanetz; Mario Lanza; Evelyn Laye; Enoch Light; Guy Lombardo & his Royal Canadians; London Promenade Orch.; Norman Luboff; Jeanette MacDonald; Valerie Masterson; Billy May; Carmen McRae; Glenn Miller; New Stanton Band; Jeanne Newhall; Sonny Rollins; Bobby Short; Frank Sinatra; Sylvia Syms; Art Tatum; Richard Tauber; Tiny Tim; Trio Vivant; Lawrence Welk; Paul Weston & his Orch.; Peggy Wood; Phil Woods. I'll see you again When ever spring breaks through again Time may lie heavy---between But what has been is past forgetting This sweet memory Across the years Will come to me Though my world may go awry In my heart will ever lie Just an echo of a sigh Goodbye All my life I shall remember knowing you All the pleasure I have found in showing you The different ways That one may phrase The changing light And changing shade Happiness that must die Melodies that must fly Memories that must fade Dusty and forgotten by and by I'll see you again When ever spring breaks through again Time may lie heavy---between But what has been is past forgetting This sweet memory Across the years Will come to me Though my world may go awry In my heart will ever lie Just an echo of a sigh Goodbye ****** (Verse sung by Jeanette MacDonald, but not on this recording) Learning scales may never seem So sweet again Till our destiny shall let us meet again The Will of Fate May come too late When I'm recalling the hours we had Why will the foolish tears Tremble across the years Why shall I feel so sad Treasuring the memories Of these days---Always ***** (Contributed/Transcribed by Bill Huntley - July 2005) ***** as rec by Georges Metaxa & Peggy Wood w Ray Noble & his New Mayfair Orch June 1929 London [gm] Thought there may be beauty in this land of yours, Skies are very often dull and grey. If I could but take that little hand of yours, just to lead you secretly away. we would watch the Danube as it gently flows, Like a silver ribbon winding free. Even as I speak of it my longing grows, once again my own dear land to see; If you could only come with me, If you could only come with me. [pw] Learning scales may never seem so sweet again, Till our destiny shall let us meet again. [gm] The will of fate May come too late! [pw] When I'm recalling the hours we've had, Why will my foolish tears Tremble across the years? Why should I feel so sad? [gm] Treasuring the memoro of these days, [pw] Always! [gm] I'll see you again, Whenever spring breaks through again. Time may lie heavy between, But what has been Is past forgetting [pw] This sweet memory, Across the years will come to me. Though my world may go awry, In my heart will ever lie Just an echo of a sigh, Goodbye! [both] This sweet memory, Across the years will come to me. [pw] Though my world may go awry, In my heart will ever lie [both] Just an echo of a sigh, Goodbye! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - August 2011)

    


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