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Every Day of My Life
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Billy Hays
Lyricist
Harry James, Morty Beck
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August 11, 1939[1]
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"Every Day of My Life" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded alongside Harry James and his orchestra.

This song was released as Sinatra's seventh A-side single. This song peaked at #17, and was released with "Cross Country Jump," a Harry James instrumental, as its B-side.[2]

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Lyrics Edit

Every day of my life you'll be near to me
Though the romance we knew is a myth, you're still dear to me
With each breath I take, I just lie awake
Every thought of you stays my heart
The memories will never part
Every day of my life I live just for you

And I'll always remember
The thrill when our love was new
While a spark may burn
I'm just hoping some day you'll return
And I'll wait dear every day of my life
I'll wait for you dear every day of my life

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/everydayofmylife.html
  2. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/every-day-of-my-life-370/
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