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Reaching for the Moon
Composer
Alfred Newman
Lyricist
Irving Berlin
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1966
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November 29, 1965
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"Reaching for the Moon" is a song written by Irving Berlin and was used in the 1930 film of the same name. It was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1966 Reprise album Moonlight Sinatra.

Lyrics Edit

The moon and you appear to be so near and yet so far from me,
And here am I, on a night in June, reaching for the moon and you.
I wonder if we'll ever meet, my song of love is incomplete,
I'm just the words, looking for the tune, reaching for the moon and you.

I wonder if we'll ever meet, my song of love is incomplete,
I'm just the words, looking for the tune, reaching for the moon and you.

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