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The Last Call for Love
Composer
E.Y. Harburg, Margery Cummings
Lyricist
Burton Lane
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1942
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"The Last Call for Love" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This song was released as a single in 1942. The B-side of the single was "Poor You," a song recorded by The Pied Pipers which peaked at #15 on the charts of that year. This song peaked at #17.[1]

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Lyrics[]

The moment has come, I hear a drum
Or is it my heart dear, beating this way
There's work to be done, done with a gun
There goes the bugle, I hear it say

It's the last call for love, time to say Fare thee well
Let the taps tell you all that my heart dare not tell

With your eyes in the stars of Old Glory
Can I help but be faithful to you
Till we meet on the day we're dreaming of
It's the last call for love

With your eyes in the stars of Old Glory
Can I help but be faithful to you
Till we meet on the day we're dreaming of
It's the last call for love

It's the last call for love, sweetheart

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