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Let's Get Away from It All
Composer
Matt Dennis
Lyricist
Tom Adair
Published
1958
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October 1958
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"Let's Get Away from It All" is a song that Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra.

It was later rerecorded to be featured in Sinatra's 1958 Capitol album Come Fly With Me.

Lyrics Edit

Let's take a boat to Bermuda
Let's take a plane to St. Paul
Let's grab a kayak to Quincy or Nyack
Let's get away from it all

Let's take a trip in a trailer
No need to come back at all
Let's take a powder to Boston for chowder
Let's get away from it all

We'll travel 'round from town to town
We'll visit ev'ry state
I'll repeat "I love you, sweet"
In all the forty-eight

Let's go again to Niag'ra
This time we'll peek at the Fall
Let's leave our hut, dear
Get out of our rut, dear
Let's get away from it all

We'll travel 'round from town to town
We'll visit ev'ry state
And I'll repeat that "I love you, sweet"
In all the forty-eight

Let's go again to Niag'ra
This time we'll dig the Fall
Let's leave our hut, dear
Get out of our rut, dear
Let's get away from it all

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