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WIND, THE (Russ Freeman / Jerry Gladstone) as recorded by June Christy with orchestra conducted by Pete Rugolo 1956 The wind is cold, I turn up my collar in vain, The night is still, the wind's only whirling in my brain. "You fool, you fool!", it wispers with a sigh, "Don't you know your love has gone for ever, Why did you ever say goodbye?". And so he's gone, a memory has taken his place, These empty arms are holding a ghost in their embrace. I'm all alone, I know it's over now, and yet The cold wind always will remind me Of the things I can't forget! I'm all alone, I know it's over now, and yet The cold wind always will remind me Of the things I can't forget! The wind is cold! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - August 2014)

    


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