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Gone with the Wind
Composer
Herb Magidson
Lyricist
Allie Wrubel
Published
September, 1958
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"Gone with the Wind" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1958 album Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely.

Lyrics

Gone with the wind, just like a leaf that has blown away.
Gone with the wind, my romance has flown away.

Yesterday's kisses are still on my lips,
I had a lifetime of heaven at my fingertips.

But now all is gone, gone is the rapture that thrilled my heart.
Gone with the wind, the gladness that filled my heart
Just like a flame, love burned brightly
Then became an empty smoke dream that has gone,
Gone with the wind.

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