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How Deep Is the Ocean?
Composer
Irving Berlin
Lyricist
Irving Berlin
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April 1947
Recording
January 9, 1947
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"How Deep Is the Ocean?" is a song originally from Songs by Sinatra. It was later rerecorded and featured in Frank Sinatra's 1960 album Nice 'n' Easy.

History Edit

Irving Berlin wrote "How Deep Is the Ocean?" in 1932 and was initially used for the film The Life of Jimmy Dolan. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, accompanied by Jack Fulton on vocals, was those who introduce the song during the process of the film.

Releases Edit

Studio recordings
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

How much do I love you?
I'll tell you no lie
How deep is the ocean?
How high is the sky?

How many times a day do I think of you?
How many roses are sprinkled with dew?

How far would I travel
To be where you are?
How far is the journey
From here to a star?

And if I ever lost you, how much would I cry?
How deep is the ocean?
How high is the sky?

How far would I travel
To be where you are?
How far is the journey
From here to a star?

And if I ever lost you, how much would I cry?
How deep is the ocean?
How high is the sky?
How high is the sky?

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