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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
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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 Edit

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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