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With Every Breath I Take
Composer
Leo Robin
Lyricist
Ralph Rainger
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1959
Recording
1956
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"With Every Breath I Take" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1959 album Close to You.

History Edit

"With Every Breath I Take" was written by Ralph Rainger alongside Leo Robin.

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Studio recordings
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Lyrics Edit

I think of you with every breath I take,
And every breath becomes a sigh.
Not a sigh of despair
But a sigh that I care for you.

I hear your name with every breath I take,
On every breeze that wanders by.
And your name is a song
I'll remember the long years through.

Even though I walk alone you guide me,
In the darkness you light my way.
And all the while inside me,
Love seems to say, "some day, some day".

And when I sleep you keep my heart awake,
But when I wake from dreams divine,
Every breath that I take, is a prayer that I'll make you mine.

"Some day, some day,"
And when I sleep you keep my heart awake,
And when I wake from dreams divine,
Every breath that I take, is a prayer that I'll make you mine.

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