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Oh, How I Miss You Tonight
Composer
Mark Fisher
Lyricist
Benny Davis, Joe Burke
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Album
All Alone (1954)
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Release
October 1962
Recording
January 1962
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"Oh, How I Miss You Tonight" is a song that was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1954 Reprise album All Alone.

Lyrics Edit

Oh, how I miss you tonight, miss you while lights are low,
Oh, how I need you tonight, more than you'll ever know.
Each moment, though we're apart, you're never out of my heart.
But I'd rather be lonely, and wait for you only,
My dear, how I miss you tonight.

[musical interlude]

Each moment, though we're apart, you're never out of my heart.
But I'd rather be lonely, and wait for you only,
My dear, how I miss you tonight.

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