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What Now My Love
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1966
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1966
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That's Life - What Now My Love
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"What Now My Love" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1966 album That's Life.

The song was rerecorded by Sinatra featuring Aretha Franklin for his 1993 album, Duets. Live permances of this song can also be found on the albums Sinatra 80th: Live in Concert and Live from Las Vegas.

Lyrics Edit

What now my love?
now that you left me
How can I live,
live through another day?
Watching my dreams
turned to ashes
And my hopes
turning to bits of clay

Once I could see,
once I could feel
Now I am numb,
I’ve become unreal
I walk the night, without a goal
Stripped off my heart, my soul

What now my love?
now that it’s over
I feel the world
it’s closing in on me
Here come the stars,
tumbling around me
There's the sky,
where that sea should be

What now my love?
now that you're gone
I’d be a fool to go on and on
No one would care,
no one would cry
If I should live
if I should live or die

What now my love?
now there is nothing
Only my last, my last good-bye
Bye-bye
What now my love, now there is nothing
Only my last, my last good-bye

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