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If I Loved You
Composer
Richard Rodgers
Lyricist
Oscar Hammerstein II
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August 4, 1945[1]
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"If I Loved You" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This song was released as an A-side single in 1945. This single featured a B-side of "You'll Never Walk Alone" featuring The Ken Lane Singers.[2]

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Lyrics Edit

"Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen. We'd, we'd like to dispense with the-uh, it so
happens that we
just happen to have a couple of arrangements along with us. And, uh, <Female fans squeal>
Remember, your elders
are sitting all around you. <Fans laugh> We would like to, uh, do, as one of our encores, a very
lovely song. This,
if we may digress for a minute, is not from a motion picture-it is from a show called "Carousel", it's
a very lovely
tune called "If I Loved You." <One female squeals>
If I loved you, time and again I would try to say
All I'd want you to know
If I loved you, words wouldn't come in an easy way
`round in circles I'd go
Longin' to tell you but, afraid and shy,
I'd let my golden chances pass me by

Soon you'd leave me, off you would go in the mist of day
Never, never to know
How I love you, if I loved you

<brief instrumental>

Soon you'd leave me, off you would go in the mist of day
Never, never to know
How I love you, if I loved you

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/ifilovedyou.html
  2. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/if-i-loved-you-248/

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