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WHEN I SING (The Waltz from Sleeping Beauty) (Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (m) / Samuel Lerner (l) 1941) Deanna Durbin 1941 >From the Universal film 'It Started With Eve' 1941 Director Henry Koster Leads: Deanna Durbin / Charles Laughton / Robert Cummings When I sing the cares of the day are far away My heart seems as light as the song I hear from some happy nightingale. When I sing my world is a place that''s bright and gay Rain turns to sunshine December to May. (Durbin hums) Life is divine when I sing... (Durbin hums) My gray days are gay days When I tra-la-la for awhile There's laughter in music And each little note is a smile. (Durbin hums) The music is part of the joy in my heart... (Durbin hums) When I sing the cares of the day are far away My heart seems as light as the song I hear from some happy nightingale. When I sing my world is a place that's bright and gay Rain turns to sunshine December to May. (Durbin hums) Life is divine when I sing... (Durbin hums to end) (Transcribed by David Story - August 2013)

    


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