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We'll Be Together Again
Composer
Carl T. Fischer
Lyricist
Frankie Laine
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1956
Recording
January, 1955
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"We'll Be Together Again" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1956 album Songs for Swingin' Lovers!.

History Edit

"We'll Be Together Again" was composed by Carl T. Fischer, with lyrics by Frankie Laine.[1] The first version of the song to be recorded was by The Pied Pipers. Since this initial version, the song has become a jazz standard, featured in the repertoires of many artists, including the song's lyricist's.

Releases Edit

Studio recordings
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

I no tears, no fears,
remember there's always tomorrow
So what if we have to part,
we'll be together again
Your kiss, your smile,
are memories I'll treasure forever
So try thinking with your heart,
we'll be together again

Times when I know you'll be lonesome,
times when I know you'll be sad
Don't let temptation surround you,
don't let the blues make you bad

Someday, someway,
we both have a lifetime before us
For parting is not good-bye,
we'll be together again

Other artists Edit

References Edit

  1. "We'll Be Together Again". Jazz Standards. Retrieved 2010-04-05.

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