|Performed By:||Tommy Dorsey (1940), Frank Sinatra (1940), Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald|
Summer, you old Indian Summer, You're the tear that comes after Junetime's laughter. You see so many dreams that don't come true, Dreams we fashioned when Summertime was new. You are here to watch over some heart that is broken By a word that somebody left unspoken. You're the ghost of a romance in June going astray, Fading too soon, that's why I say, "Farewell to you Indian Summer." (instrumental) You are here to watch over A heart that is broken by a word that somebody left unspoken You're the ghost of a romance in June going astray Fading too soon, that's why I say "Farewell to you, Indian Summer" You old Indian Summer
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