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Autumn in New York
Composer
Vernon Duke
Lyricist
Vernon Duke
Published
1949
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1949
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"Autumn in New York" is a song Frank Sinatra originally recorded in 1949. The song, written by Vernon Duke, was later featured in Sinatra's 1958 album Come Fly With Me.

A live version of this song can be found on Sinatra's 1974 live album under Reprise, The Main Event – Live.

Lyrics Edit

Autumn in New York
Why does it seem so inviting?
Autumn in New York
It spells the thrill of first-nighting

Glittering crowds and shimmering clouds in canyons of steel
They're making me feel I'm home

It's autumn in New York
That brings the promise of new love
Autumn in New York
Is often mingled with pain

Dreamers with empty hands
They sigh for exotic lands

It's autumn in New York
It's good to live it again

Lovers that bless the dark
On benches in Central Park

It's autumn in New York
It's good to live it again

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