WHERE LOVE HAS GONE
(James Van Heusen (m) / Sammy Cahn (l) )
Jack Jones 1964
Also sung by:
Theme song from the 1964 Paramount film ‘Where Love Has Gone’
This film is based on the Harold Robbins novel of the same name.
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Leads: Bette Davis / Susan Hayward / Mike Connors / Joey Heatherton
There must be a place, a place where love has gone
A bright shiny world, somewhere where love has gone
Where dreams and desires, as cold as yesterday's fires
Start to blaze anew.
There must be a star, gleaming in space
That doesn't grow dim, with each last embrace
They say love's gone when it goes
And I'm naive I suppose.
There may not be such a place
There may not be such a star
But still my fool of a heart
Just leads me on.
It wants to be there, there with you
Where love has gone.
To that bright and shiny world, where love has gone
To that gone forever world, where love has gone.
(Contributed by David Story - September 2013)