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I See It Now
Composer
William Engvick
Lyricist
Alec Wilder
Published
October 1965
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Recording
April 13 1965
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"I See It Now" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1965 album September of My Years.

Lyrics Edit

That year in oakland high
When I was seventeen
The grass from there to san jose
Was high and cool and green
I see it now

Too brash and young was i
To know what time could mean
The old acacia lawn cut down
Was felt but never seen
I see it now

That world I knew is lost to me
Loves have come and gone

The years go racing by
I live as best I can
And all at once I know it means the making of a man
I see it now

I see it now
I see it now

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