Frank Sinatra:The September Of My Years Lyrics

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The September Of My Years

This song is by Frank Sinatra and appears on the 12" LP Record September of my years (1965).

One day you turn around, and it's summer.
Next day you turn around, and its fall. And the
springs and the winters of a life time, whatever
happened to them all?

As a man who has always had the wandering ways,
now i'm reaching back for yesterdays, till' a long forgotten
love appears. And I find that 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 childrens carousels. And their laughter's
music to my ears. And I find that i'm smiling gently as i near,
September. The warm September of my years. The golden,
warm September of My Years.....

Written by:

Sammy Cahn, James Van Heusen

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