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Paradise
Composer
Nacio Herb Brown
Lyricist
Gordon Clifford
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March 4, 1946
Recording
1945
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"Paradise" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1946 album, The Voice of Frank Sinatra.

History Edit

"Paradise" was introduced by Pola Negri, who performed the song in the 1932 film A Woman Commands. The song was written prior to this by Nacio Herb Brown, with lyrics by Gordon Clifford. The song has been featured in several films and musicals after A Woman Commands, and has been covered by several other artists as well.

Releases Edit

Studio recordings

Lyrics Edit

And then she holds my hand, mm
And then I understand. mm
Her eyes afire with one desire
Then a heavenly kiss
Could I resist?
And then she dims the light, mm
And then she holds me tight. mm
Her kiss, each fond caress
They lead the way to happiness
She takes me to paradise

And then he holds my hand, mm
And then I understand. mm
His eyes afire with one desire
Then a heavenly kiss
Could I resist?
And then he dims the light, mm
And then he holds me tight. mm
Her kiss, each fond caress
They lead the way to happiness
She takes me to paradise

Other artists Edit


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