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Don't Take Your Love From Me
Composer
Henry Nemo
Lyricist
Henry Nemo
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1961
Recording
May 21, 1961
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"Don't Take Your Love From Me" is a song that was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 Capitol studio album, Come Swing with Me!.

In 1962, Sinatra recorded the song again for Reprise Records to be used for Sinatra's new album Sinatra and Strings. This new Don Costa arrangement could not make it to the album however, and was not released until The Reprise Collection in 1990.

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Lyrics Edit

Tear a star from out the sky
And the sky feels blue
Tear a petal from a rose
And the rose weeps too

Take your heart away from mine
And mine will surely break
My life is yours to make
So please keep the spark awake

Would you take the wings from birds
So that they can't fly
Would you take the ocean's roar
And leave just a sigh

All this your heart won't let you do
This is what I beg of you
Don't take your love from me

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