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The World is in My Arms
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E.Y. Harburg
Lyricist
Burton Lane
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"The World is in My Arms" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This song was released as a B-side single in 1940 for the song "I Could Make You Care." Though the A-side of this single peaked at #17 on the charts, this song did not chart.[1]

Lyrics Edit

Here was I, a gypsy,
looking for a world to roam in,
Now the world is in my arms.
No more endless searching for a place to feel at home in,
For the world is in my arms.
Mexican hill flower the sky,
Sappoco see here in your eye
When I see you smile,
I see the sunset of Geneva,
what's that magic in your charms,
When I hold you,
I hold the world right here in my arms.

References Edit

  1. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/i-could-make-you-care-398/

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