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YOU'LL NEVER KNOW
Dick Haymes with The Song Spinners
- written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren
- from the film "Hello 'Frisco, Hello"

You'll never know just how much I miss you
You'll never know just how much I care
And if I tried, I still couldn't 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 every prayer
If there is some other way to prove that I love you
I swear I don't know how
You'll never know if you don't know now

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

You'll never know if you don't know now

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Copyright ?1943 WB Music Corporation



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    UnregisteredJun 21, 2012 at 7:15 pm
    It was world war ii when this song came out. Husbands and wives, and sweethearts were separated. Broken hearts lay strewn across the land, and sadly, some were never to be reunited. This is a particular favorite of mine and my dad's too.

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