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There's a Chill on the Hill Tonight
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Moon Mullican
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Moon Mullican
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"There's a Chill on the Hill Tonight" is a song that Frank Sinatra never recorded. He performed it live throughout the 1940s, however.[1]

Lyrics Edit

There's a chill on the hill tonight
As I gazed through a hazy light
Oh my darling can't you see only you can set me free
From the chill on the hill tonight

I stand tonight under the old weepin' willow tree
Where you and I used to stroll a long long time ago
And you know in dreams and fold mem'ries I'm drifting back again
To an altar to a little church in the valley
And I see a golden band on your beautiful hand
And somehow I think of all the things that might have been

There's a chill on the hill tonight
And oh it was once so bright
Everything would be so grand if I could just hold your hand
But there's a chill on the hill tonight

References Edit

  1. http://www.olivertwistgin.com/francis-albert-frank-sinatra-149/
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