Track Title:               When The Sun Goes Down
Album Title:               The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Vol. 10
Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra

Arranger:                  Axel Stordahl


Background Vocal:          The Modernaires
Written by:                Irvine C. Orton
Written by:                Walter O'Keefe

Lyrics:
(The Modernaires)  [both Frank and the Modernaires}

I'm feeling low, mighty low, I wonder why,
I wonder why, why am I such a lonely guy?
A man's a fool to be alone when the sun goes down,
You need a woman of your own, when the sun goes down.
If there's a gal in your arms, one you can love,
Someone who loves only you, then you'll never ever roam,
When the sun goes down, you'll always want to hurry home,
When the sun goes down.
{musical interlude}
(A man's a fool to be alone when the sun goes down,)
(You need a woman of your own, when the sun goes down.)
[If there's a gal in your arms, one you can love,]
[Someone who loves only you,] then you'll never ever roam,
When the sun goes down,
[You'll always want to hurry home,]
[When the sun goes down.]
I got my home, I got my horse and he's my pal,
But what's it mean, all of it means without a gal.
I got my horse, he's my pal and I got no gal.

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

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