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Dear Heart
Composer
Henry Mancini
Lyricist
Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
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1964
Recording
1962
Release
1964
Recording
1962
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"Dear Heart" is a song that was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1965 album Softly, as I Leave You.

Lyrics Edit

Dear heart, wish you were here to warm this night
My dear heart, it seems like a year since you've been out of my sight
A single room, a table for one
It's a lonesome town all right
But soon I'll kiss you hello at our front door
And dear heart, I want you to know
I'll leave your arms never more
(A single room, a table for one)
(It's a lonesome town all right)
But soon I'll kiss you hello at our front door
And dear heart, I want you to know
I'll leave your arms never more

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