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All This and Heaven Too
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Jack Scholl
Lyricist
M. K. Jerome
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May 23, 1940[1]
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"All This and Heaven Too" is a song Frank Sinatra alongside Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra under the RCA Victor label.

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Lyrics Edit

You give me your lips and your lips are so heavenly,
Stars in the sky are all free and they shine for me,
So does the moon in the blue,
All this is mine and heaven too.

You give me your arms and your arms are like angel wings,
Sweet to my ear is the song every bluebird sings,
Each rosebud kissed by the dew,
All this is mine and heaven too.

I own each summer day, each mountain capped with snow,
The sentimental tree, the dreamy streams that flow,
Every country lane and every street of stone
Are highways of adventure made for me alone.

You give me your love and your love is a melody,
Deep in my heart I will carry this song with me,
You bring a love so divine, all this is mine
And heaven too.

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/allthisandheaventoo.html

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