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The Sunshine of Your Smile
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"The Sunshine of Your Smile" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded in 1941. The song was released at the B-side to Jo Stafford's version of the Gershwin song "Embraceable You."[1]

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Dear, fates will hold no sweeter smile for me
Were you not mine, how dark the world would be
I know no light above that could replace
Love's radiant sunshine in your dear face.

Give me your smile, the love light in your eyes,
I could not hold a fairer paradise
Give me the right to love you all the while,
My world forever, the sunshine of your smile

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  1. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/embraceable-you-433/
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