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I Think of You
Composer
Don Marcotte
Lyricist
Jack Elliott
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Columbia single (1941)
Where Are You? (1957)
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1957
Recording
April 10, 1957
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"I Think of You" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1949 album, Where Are You?.

Lyrics Edit

In the hush of evening
As shadows steal across my lonely room
I think of you
I think of you
From afar the music
Of violins comes softly through the gloom
All I can do
Is think of you
O I can see you standing there before me
And I can hear you whisper
You adore me
So when dusk is falling
I live again the loveliness we knew
I think of you
I think of you

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