Track Title:               Sweet Lorraine
Album Title:               The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Vol. 6
Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra

Arranger:                  Sy Oliver
Drums:                     Buddy Rich
Bass:                      Eddie Safransky
Saxophone:                 Harry Carney

Saxophone:                 Johnny Hodges
Saxophone:                 Coleman Hawkins
Trumpet:                   Charlie Shavers     (Charles S.)
Piano:                     Nat King Cole

Originally made famous by: Rudy Vallee
Written by:                Cliff Burwell
Written by:                Mitchell Parish
Trombone:                  Lawrence Brown

Lyrics:
Sweet Lorraine

Writer(s):  Parrish / Burwell

Just found joy, I'm as happy as a baby boy, when he's playing with his choo-choo toy
When I'm with my sweet Lorraine
She's got a pair of eyes that are bluer than the summer sky
When you see her you're gonna realize why I love my sweet Lorraine
When it's raining I don't miss the sun, 'cause it's in my sweetie's smile
Just think that I'm the lucky one who will lead her down the aisle
Each night how I pray that nobody steals her heart away
I can't wait until that lucky day when I marry my Lorraine
When it's raining I never miss the sun, 'cause it's in my sweetie smile
Just the think that I'm the lucky one who's gonna lead her down the aisle
Each night how I pray that nobody steals her heart away
I can't wait until that lucky day, that'll be the day when I marry my Lorraine


Contributed by Larry Henares of the Philippines
{larryh@mydestiny.net}

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