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The Night We Called It a Day
Composer
Tom Adair
Lyricist
Matt Dennis
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Columbia single (1942)
Where Are You? (1957)
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Release
1957
Recording
April 10, 1957
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"The Night We Called It a Day" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1949 album, Where Are You?.

Lyrics Edit

There was a moon out in space
But a cloud drifted over its face
You kissed me and went on your way
The night we called it a day
I heard the song of the spheres
Like a minor lament in my ears
I hadn't the heart left to pray
The night we called it a day
Soft through the dark
The hoot of an owl in the sky
Sad though his song
No bluer was he than I
The moon went down stars were gone
But the sun didn't rise with the dawn
There wasn't a thing left to say
The night we called it a day
There wasn't a thing left to say
The night we called it a day

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