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"Farewell, Amanda" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records in 1949.[1] This song was written by Cole Porter, and was arranged by Axel Stordahl.

The master recordings of Sinatra's rendition of this song have never been released.[2]

History Edit

Cole Porter wrote this song for his 1949 musical Adams's Rib.

Lyrics Edit

I loved you madly, you know it well,
Which makes my story too tough to tell,
So why not forget it all,
Just leave it unsaid,
And I'll merely sing it to you instead,

Farewell, Amanda,
Adios, addio, adieu,
Farewell, Amanda,
It was great fun but it is done, it's through,
Still now and then, fair Amanda,
When you are stepping on the stars above,
Please recall that wonderful night on the veranda,
Sweet Amanda, and our love.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/farewellamanda.html
  2. http://sinatraarchiveblog.blogspot.com/2010/08/lost-recording-farewell-amanda.html

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