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The September of My Years
Composer
Sammy Cahn
Lyricist
Jimmy Van Heusen
Published
October 1965
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October 1965
Recording
April 13 1965
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"The September of My Years" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1965 album September of My Years.

Lyrics[]

One day you turn around, and it's summer
Next day you turn around, and it's fall
And suddenly, all the springs and winters of a lifetime
Whatever happened to them all

As a man, who has always had the wandering ways
Now I'm looking back on yesterdays
'Til a long forgotten love appears

And I find, I'm sighing softly as I near
September, the warm September of my years

As a man, who has never paused at wishing wells
Now I'm watching children's carousels
And their laughter's music to my ears

And I find, I'm smiling gently as I near
September, the warm September of my years
- The golden warm September of my years

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