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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
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Jule Styne
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Sammy Cahn
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January 31, 1944[1]
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"Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

History[]

Sinatra performed this song first with his Axel Stordahl arrangement. This recording of the song was first used in the 1944 film Step Lively.

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Lyrics[]

So long the path worth said to me
When he set sail across the sea
At least he thought he knew what he was doing

And I'm in search of something too
Exactly what I wish I knew
Yes I persue but who am I to dream

Chances are that I won't find a bride
But it won't be because I haven't tried

Come out, come out, wherever you are
I know, I know you're not very far
How I wish you'd hurry `cause I'm inclined to worry
These arms of mine are open, hopin' you'll appear
Where are ya, dear?

Come out, come out, wherever you are
Come out, come out from under that star
Yes, and incident'lly, ment'lly I'm not up to par
So come out, come out, come out wherever you are
Come on out, come out, wherever you are

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