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The Game Is Over
Composer
John Denver
Lyricist
John Denver
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November 2, 1970[1]
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"The Game Is Over" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Reprise Records with an arrangement by Don Costa.

This song was recorded under Reprise Records sometime in Sinatra's early 70s career, however, this song was unreleased until Sinatra's 1995 box set The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings, a collection of all of Sinatra's recorded career under Reprise Records.

Releases Edit

Reissues

The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings (1995)

Lyrics Edit

Time, there was a time you could talk to me without speaking,
You would look at me, and I'd know all there is to know.
Days I think of you, and remember the lies we told in the night,
The love we knew, the things we shared, when our hearts were fitting together.
Days that were so few, full of love and you.
Gone,. the days are gone now, days that seem so wrong now.
Life won't be the same without you, to hold again in my arms,
To ease the pain and remember when our love was the reason for living.
(instrumental)
Days that were so few, full of love and you.
The game is over.

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/thegameisover.html

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