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Amor
Composer
Gabriel Ruiz
Lyricist
Ricardo López Méndez, Sunny Skylar
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1944[1]
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"Amor" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records. The song was never recorded by Sinatra in a studio session, but was commonly sung in his radio shows during 1944.[1]

History Edit

Written by 1943, the song was initially a Spanish song title "Amor" that was written by Ricardo López Méndez and composer Gabriel Ruiz. The song was later rewritten by Sunny Skylar, and puplished by many artists.

Lyrics Edit

Amor, amor, amor, this word so sweet that I repeat means "I adore you"
Amor, amor, my love, would you deny this heart that I have placed before you?

I can't find another word with meaning so clear
My lips try to whisper sweeter things in your ear
But somehow or other nothing sounds quite so dear

As this soft caressing word I know
Amor, amor, my love, when you're away there is no day and nights are lonely
Amor, amor, my love, make life divine, say you'll be mine, and love me only

I can't find another word with meaning so clear
My lips try to whisper sweeter things in your ear
But somehow or other nothing sounds quite so dear

As this soft caressing word I know
Amor, amor, my love, when you're away there is no day and nights are lonely
Amor, amor, my love, make life divine, say you'll be mine, and love me only

Other artists Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/amor.html

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