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Around the World
Composer
Victor Young
Lyricist
Harold Adamson
Published
1958
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October 1958
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"Around the World" was originally used as the theme song from the 1956 film Around the World in 80 Days. Since then, it has been re-recorded by several artists including Nat King Cole and Bing Crosby. Frank Sinatra recorded this song for his 1958 album Come Fly With Me. The song was written by Harold Adamson and Victor Young.

Lyrics Edit

Around the world I've searched for you
I traveled on when hope was gone to keep a rendezvous
I knew somewhere, sometime, somehow
You'd look at me and I would see the smile you're smiling now

It might have been in County Down
Or in New York, in gay Paree, or even London town
No more will I go all around the world
For I have found my world in you

It might have been in County Down
Or in New York, in gay Paree, or even London town
No more will I go all around the world
For I have found my world in you

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