There Goes That Song Again    (1944)

There goes that song again
We used to call it our serenade
We fell in love when we heard it played
Over and over and over and over again

I still remember when
I sang the words and they made you mine
I'd steal a kiss and repeat each line
Over and over and over and then

We drifted apart
You walked off with my heart
It's funny how one listen
Just starts me reminiscin'

I'd soon forget that yen
I told myself when you said, "So long"
But I was wrong
There goes that song again

We drifted apart
You walked off with my heart
It's funny how one listen
Just starts me reminiscin'

I'd soon forget that yen
I told myself when you said, "So long"
But I was wrong
There goes that song again

Lyrics by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn.
Recorded by Kate Smith; Bobby Vinton; Frank Sinatra; Bing Crosby; many others.
From the film "Carolina Blues" originally recorded by Harry Babbitt with Kaye Kyser & His Orchestra for the film soundtrack.


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