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As Long as There's Music
Composer
Jule Styne
Lyricist
Sammy Cahn
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January 31, 1944[1]
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"As Long as There's Music" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Axel Stordahl and Columbia Records.

History[]

"As Long as There's Music" was first recorded by Sinatra for the film of the same name. The song was written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne for the film's soundtrack. However, the song was never featured in the actual soundtrack of the album.

Lyrics[]

The mood begins with viiolins
And suddenly you're close to me
The music they're playing

As long as there's music and words of romance
The spell of a theme starts you to dream there's always a chance
As long as there's music, whatever the song

As long as there's music for sweethearts to sing
I'll sing you, my love, melodies of the birds on the wing
My loneliest days will never seem long
As long as there's music and you are the song

As long as there's music for sweethearts to sing
I'll sing you, my love, melodies of the birds on the wing
My loneliest days will never seem long
As long as there's music and you are the song

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