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Indian Summer
Composer
Al Dubin
Lyricist
Victor Herbert
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1968
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December 11, 1968
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"Indian Summer" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1968 album, Francis A. & Edward K..

Lyrics Edit

Summer, you old Indian Summer
You're the tear that comes after June-time's laughter
You see so many dreams that don't come true
Dreams we fashioned when Summertime was new

You are here to watch over
Some heart that is broken by a word that somebody left unspoken
You're the ghost of a romance in June going astray
Fading too soon, that's why I say
"Farewell to you, Indian Summer"

<extended sax solo>

You are here to watch over
A heart that is broken by a word that somebody left unspoken
You're the ghost of a romance in June going astray
Fading too soon, that's why I say
"Farewell to you, Indian Summer"

You old Indian Summer

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