|Words:||Oscar Greenley Clendenning Hammerstein II|
|Music:||Jerome David Kern|
|Performed By:||Tony Martin (1941), Frank Sinatra|
The last time I saw Paris, Her heart was warm and gay; I heard the laughter of her heart In ev'ry street café. The last time I saw Paris, Her trees were dressed for spring, And lovers walked beneath those trees And birds found songs to sing. (Bridge:) I dodged the same old taxi cabs that I had dodged for years; The chorus of their squeeky horns was music to my ears. The last time I saw Paris, Her heart was warm and gay; No matter how they change her, I'll remember her that way.
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