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The Sky Fell Down
Composer
Louis Alter
Lyricist
Edward Heyman
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1940
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1940
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"The Sky Fell Down" is a song Frank Sinatra sang alongside the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. The song was released as a single in 1940. The song's B-side was a rendition of "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?" by The Pied Pipers.[1]

Lyrics Edit

The sky fell down when I met you,
The green of the countryside has turned to blue,
I had the moon right on my fingertips,
And when first we kissed, there were stars on your lips.

To be with you just made it seem
That walking on snowy clouds was not a dream,
You gave to me all this and heaven too,
When the sky fell down and I met you.

References Edit

  1. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/the-sky-fell-down-375/
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