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Here Comes the Night
Composer
C. Hohengarten
Lyricist
Frank Loesser, H. Edelstein
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August 31, 1939[1]
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"Here Comes the Night" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded with Harry James and his orchestra in 1939. This song was arranged by Andy Gibson.

The song was released in 1939 as Sinatra's third single. This single release featured a B-side of a Harry James instrumental titled "Feet Draggin' Blues."[2]

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Lyrics Edit

Here comes the night, my cloak of blue,
Here comes the night with dreams of you.
Somewhere up there I'll see your face,
The breeze will be your warm embrace.

Here comes the night to thrill my heart,
My one delight while we're apart,
And now I'll seek that rendezvous,
Here comes the night, holding me tight for you.

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/herecomesthenight.html
  2. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/here-comes-the-night-366/

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