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Castle Rock
Composer
Jimmy Shirl
Lyricist
Al Sears, Ervin Drake
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July 9, 1951[1]
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"Castle Rock" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded this song, arranged by Ray Conniff, on July 9, 1951.[1]

The song, though Sinatra had minor detest to it, peaked at #8 on the charts, and was released as a single in 1952, Sinatra's last peak in the top 10 on the charts of his Columbia career.[2]

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Lyrics[]

I met her dancing to the Castle Rock,
I held her tight and danced around the clock
We rocked to romance to the Castle Rock,
She kissed me and I kissed my heart goodbye.
I felt like I was drifting 'cross the sky.
We rocked to heaven to the Castle Rock.
Music was soft and low, setting me all aglow,
Holding it to my heart, how could I dream we'd part.
Suddenly she was gone, leaving me dreaming on,
Now everytime they play the Castle Rock,
I'll take myself a walk around the block.
Till she comes back to dance the Castle Rock.
(Go get em, Harry [James], for old time's sake)
I met her dancing to the Castle Rock,
I held her tight and danced around the clock.
We rocked to romance to the Castle Rock.
Now everytime they play the Castle Rock,
I'll take myself a walk around the block,
Till she comes back to dance the Castle Rock.

Till she comes back to dance the Castle Rock.

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