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The Impatient Years
Composer
Sammy Cahn
Lyricist
Jimmy Van Heusen
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1955
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1955
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"The Impatient Years" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Capitol Records.

In 1955, this song was released as a B-side single for the song "Love and Marriage." While the A-side to this single was a #5 hit, this song did not chart at all.[1]

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We're going through the impatient years
The years when the day seems twice as long
Restless and sighing and laughing and crying
And dreaming a dream people say is wrong

But we'll journey through the impatient years
To each other's arms where we belong
Clinging together, I'm certain we'll weather
The warm and stormy day and impatient years

But we'll journey through the impatient years
To each other's arms where we belong
Clinging together, I'm certain we'll weather
The warm and stormy day and impatient years

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