Enjoyed a sentimental time in the bath today singing old songs.  Do you remember? —   Feel free to sing along.

Irving Berlin, 1925, recorded by Frank Sinatra, 1942.

I’ll be loving you, always,
With a heart that’s true,  always.
When the things you’ve planned,
Need a helping hand,
I will understand, always,

Things may not be fair, always.
That’s when I’ll be there, always.
Not for just an hour,
Not for just a day,
Not for just a year,
But Always.

Autumn Leaves

Originally a French song, first recorded by Jo Stafford in 1950.  Sung by Nat King Cole

The falling leaves
Drift by the window
The autumn leaves
Of red and gold

I see your lips
The summer kisses
The sunburned hands
I used to hold

Since you went away
The days grow long
And soon I’ll hear
Old winter’s song

But I miss you most of all
My darling
When autumn leaves
Start to fall

Let The Rest Of The World Go By

Written by 1919 Ernest Ball, sung by Morton Downey

With someone like you, a pal good and true
I’d like to leave it all behind and go and find
Some place that’s known to God alone
Just a spot to call our own

We’ll find perfect peace, where joys never cease
Out there beneath a kindly sky
We’ll build a sweet little nest somewhere in the west
And let the rest of the world go by