|Music:||Jimmy Van Heusen|
|Performed By:||Paul Newman, Eva Marie Saint, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald|
Frank Sinatra version arranged by: Nelson Riddle Originally made famous by: Paul Newman and Eva Marie Saint From: Our Town (1955) (Label: Capitol Records, Recorded August 15, 1955) We're going through the impatient years The years when the day seems twice as long Restless and sighing and laughing and crying And dreaming a dream people say is wrong But we'll journey through The impatient years To each other's arms where we belong Clinging together I'm certain we'll weather the warm and stormy day And impatient year But we'll journey through The impatient years To each other's arms where we belong Clinging together I'm certain we'll weather the warm and stormy day And impatient year
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