Track Title:               Among My Souvenirs
Album Title:               The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Vol. 4
Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra

Lyrics by:                 Edgar Leslie
Music by:                  Horatio Nichols  (aka (b.) Lawrence Wright)
Originally made famous by: Paul Whiteman
From:                      1927

From the Film:             The Best Years Of Our Lives  1946 (M)
Lyrics:
There's nothing left for me of days that used to be,
I live in memory among my souvenirs.
Some letters tied with blue, photograph or two,
I see a rose from you among my souvenirs.
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.
(a few bars)
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.

Contributed by Larry Henares of the Philippines
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