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The World We Knew (Over and Over)
Composer
Bert Kaempfert
Lyricist
Herbert Rehbein; Carl Sigman
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1967
Recording
July, 1967
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"The World We Knew (Over and Over)" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1967 Reprise album, The World We Knew. The song is notable for being the final song Sinatra brought to the top of the easy listening chat.

Lyrics Edit

Over and over I keep going over the world we knew
Once when you walked beside me
That inconceivable, that unbelievable world we knew
When we two were in love

And every bright neon sign turned into stars
And the sun and the moon seemed to be ours
Each road that we took turned into gold
But the dream was too much for you to hold

Now over and over I keep going over the world we knew
Days when you used to love me

And every bright neon sign turned into stars
And the sun and the moon seemed to be ours
Each road that we took, it turned into gold
But the dream was too much for you to hold

Now over and over I keep going over the world we knew
Days when you used to love me

Over and over I keep going over the world we knew

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