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PASSE (Lyrics: Jean Sablon and Jean Gieringer - Music: Eddie De Lange, Carl Sigman, Joseph Meyer) Tex Beneke & His Orch. (vocal: Lillian Lane) - 1946 Margaret Whiting - 1946 Can our love be passé, When you see that I'm lost without you, And I walk that lonely road without you? How can it be? Can our love be passé, When you still haunt familar places, And every dream of mine embraces Your memory? You try to dance with someone new. Darling, I do too, But we're bored to tears. Why are you and I only passersby, Wasting precious years? Why can't we start over? Ah, heaven knows. Why can't we start over? A love like ours just can't be passé, Sweetheart. (Contributed by Lou Rugani - THE MUSIC OF THE STARS (WLIP) -May 2015)

    


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