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What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?
Composer
Michel Legrand
Lyricist
Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman
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July 1974
Recording
December 10, 1973
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Some Nice Things I’ve Missed - What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life
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"What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1974 Reprise album Some Nice Things I’ve Missed.

Lyrics Edit

I want to see your face in every kind of light
In fields of dawn and forests of the night
And when you stand before the candles on a cake
Oh, let me be the one to hear the silent wish you make

What are you doing the rest of your life?
North and South and East and West of your life
I have only one request of your life
That you spend it all with me

All the seasons and the times of your days
All the nickels and the dimes of your days
Let the reasons and the rhymes of your days
All begin and end with me

I want to see your face in every kind of light
In the fields of dawn and the forests of the night
And when you stand before the candles on a cake
Oh, let me be the one to hear the silent wish you make

Those tomorrows waiting deep in your eyes
In the world of love that you keep in your eyes
I'll awaken what's asleep in your eyes
It may take a kiss or two

Through all of my life
Summer, Winter, Spring, and Fall of my life
All I ever will recall of my life
Is all of my life with you

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