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Tell Her You Love Her (song)
Composer
Hugh Halliday, Homer Denison
Lyricist
Barry Parker
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1957
Recording
1956
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This article is about the song, for the compilation album, see Tell Her You Love Her (album).
Not to be confused with the Reprise single, "Tell Her (You Love Her Each Day)."

"Tell Her You Love Her" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Capitol Records.

This song was released as a B-side single in 1957. The A-side to this single was "Witchcraft," a song that peaked at #20 on the charts. This song did not chart, however.[1]

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Lyrics[]

While you're young, take the time if you love her
Tell her you love her. Tell her you love her
If the dream in your heard needs no other
Tell her you love her. Tell her tonight

If there's a place for her warmth and her splendor
Tell her now before it's too late
And before she belongs to another
Tell her you love her. Tell her tonight

If there's a place for her warmth and her splendor
Tell her now before it's too late
And before she belongs to another
Tell her you love her. Tell you love her

Tell her now as you hold her tight
Tell her you love her. Tell her tonight

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[[Category:Songs co-written by Hugh Halliday [[Category:Songs co-written by Homer Denison