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I'll Be Seeing You
Composer
Irving Kahal
Lyricist
Sammy Fain
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March 1962
Recording
September 11, 1961
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"I'll Be Seeing You" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded originally with Tommy Dorsey in the 1940s.

Sinatra recorded for his 1962 Capitol album Point of No Return. In the same year he recorded this version, he recorded a different version to be released in 1961 for his Reprise album, I Remember Tommy..., a tribute to his old friend, Tommy Dorsey.

Lyrics Edit

I'll be seeing you;
In all the old, familiar places;
That this heart of mine embraces;
All day through.

In that small cafe;
The park across the way;
The children's carousel;
The chestnut tree;
The wishing well.

I'll be seeing you;
In every lovely, summer's day;
And everything that's bright and gay;
I'll always think of you that way;
I'll find you in the morning sun;
And when the night is new;
I'll be looking at the moon;
But I'll be seeing you.

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