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INDIAN SUMMER Victor Herbert (m) 1919 Al Dubin (l) 1938 as rec by Tony Martin 1939 also rec by - Ray Eberle w Glenn Miller & his Orch '39 Richard Tauber Summer, you old Indian Summer, You're the tear that comes after June time laughter. You see so many dreams that don't come true, Dreams we fashioned when Summer time was new. You are here to watch over some heart that is broken, By a word that somebody left unspoken. You're the ghost of a romance in June, going astray, Fading too soon, that's why I say, "Farewell to you, you Indian Summer!". You are here to watch over some heart that is broken, By a word that somebody left unspoken. You're the ghost of a romance in June, going astray, Fading too soon, that's why I say, "Farewell to you, you Indian Summer!". (Contributed by Peter Akers - November 2009)

    


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