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London by Night
Composer
Carroll Coates
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Carroll Coates
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1958
Recording
October 1958
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"London by Night" is a song from Come Fly With Me. It was later re-recorded and featured in Frank Sinatra's 1962 album Sinatra Sings Great Songs From Great Britain.

Lyrics Edit

London by night is a wonderful sight
There is magic abroad in the air
I'm often told that the streets turn to gold
When the moon shines on * Circus and Square *

Deep in the dark that envelops the park
There's romance in each cigarette glow
Down by the Thames, lights that sparkle like gems
Seem to wink at each girl and her beau

Up comes the moon when the city's asleep
He's not alone, for it seems
Somewhere up there stands an angel to keep her watch
While each Londoner dreams

My love and I saw the sun leave the sky
Then we kissed in the fast-fading light
Most people say they love London by day
But lovers love London by night

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