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NEW SUN IN THE SKY From the Broadway revue "The Band Wagon" (1931) (Arthur Schwartz / Howard Dietz) Fred Astaire with Leo Reisman & His Orch. - 1931 Mary Martin - 1950 India Adams (Film Soundtrack) - 1953 Jonathan Schwartz - 1977 John Pizzarelli - 2004 Also recorded by: Fred Astaire & Oscar Peterson; Ingham-Reitmeier Quartet; Dave McKenna; Barbara Cook. Yesterday, things were so gloomy But today, yes sir, they're shining and new Oh, what a change has come to me I've been dusted off the shelf I am not myself What a different world I view I see a new sun up in a new sky And my whole horizon has reached a new high Yesterday my heart sang a blue song But today hear it hum a cheery new song I dreamed a new dream, I saw a new face And I'm spreading sunshine all over the place With a new point of view, here's what greets my eye New love, new luck, new sun in the sky (Contributed/Transcribed by Bill Huntley - December 2005)

    


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