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Poinciana
Composer
Buddy Bernier
Lyricist
Nat Simon
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1950
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"Poinciana" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This song was released as a single in 1950 with a B-side of "There's No Business Like Show Business." Neither of these songs charted, however.[1]

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Lyrics Edit

Poinciana, your branches speak to me of love
Pale moon is casting shadows from above

Poinciana, somehow I feel the jungle heat
Within me, there grows a rhythmic, savage beat.

Love is everywhere, it's magic perfume fills the air
To and fro you sway, my heart's in time, I've learned to care!

Poinciana, from now until the dawning day,
I'll learn to love forever, come what may

Love is everywhere, it's magic perfume fills the air
To and fro you sway, my heart's in time, I've learned to care!

Poinciana, from now until the dawning day,
I'll learn to love forever, come what may.

Poinciana!

References Edit

  1. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/poinciana-song-of-the-tree-483/

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