|Performed By:||Paul Whiteman, Connie Francis (1959), Frank Sinatra|
Originally made famous by: Paul Whiteman Frank Sinatra version from the Album: 20 Great Love Songs (Columbia Records, Recorded July 30, 1946) There's nothing left for me Of days that used to be; I live in memory Among my souvenirs. Some letters tied with blue, A photograph or two; I see a rose from you Among my souvenirs. (Bridge:) A few more tokens rest Within my treasure chest And though they do their best To give me consolation. I count them all apart, And as the teardrops start, I find a broken heart Among my souvenirs. I count them all apart, And as the teardrops start, I find a broken heart Among my souvenirs.
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