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Frank Sinatra – You'll Never Know lyrics

Writer(s): gordon/warren

Darling, Im so blue without you
I think about you the live-long day
When you ask me if Im lonely
Then I only have this to say

Youll never know just how much I miss you
Youll never know just how much I care
And if I tried, I still couldnt hide my love for you
You ought to know, for haven't I told you so
A million or more times?

You went away and my heart went with you
I speak your name in my evry prayer
If there is some other way to prove that I love you
I swear I don't know how
Youll never know if you don't know now

Youll never know just how much I miss you
Youll never know just how much I care
You said good-bye, no stars in the sky refuse to shine
Take it from me, it's no fun to be alone
With moonlight and memories



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