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From Here to Eternity
Composer
Robert Wells
Lyricist
James Jones, Frederick Karger
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June 2, 1953[1]
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"From Here to Eternity" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Capitol Records.

"From Here to Eternity" was released as a single in 1953, and the song peaked at #15 on the charts. The B-side of it was "Anytime, Anywhere," and this song did not chart.[2]

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Lyrics Edit

You vowed your love
From here to eternity
A love so true,
It never would die

You gave your lips
Gave them so willingly
How could I know
Your kiss meant goodbye?

Now I'm alone
With only a memory
My empty arms
Will never know why...

Though you are gone
This love that you left with me
Will live from here to eternity.

Now I'm alone
With only a memory
My empty arms
Will never know why...

Though you are gone
This love that you left with me
will live...
From here to eternity.

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/fromheretoeternity.html
  2. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/from-here-to-eternity-119/

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