Track Title:               Walkin' In The Sunshine
Album Title:               The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Vol. 12

Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra
Arranger:                  Axel Stordahl
Written by:                Bob Merrill
Lyrics:
After the rain goes, people see rainbows,
But I see rainbows when it storms above,
So darling, is it any wonder I can laugh at thunder,
Walking in the sunshine of your love.
And below zero, I'm such a hero,
I never wear a muffler or a glove,
While all the world have frosty noses,
I'm knee-deep in roses,
Walking in the sunshine of your love.
Just so you know dear, I'm gonna tell you,
Your smile's my golden umbrella,
Even the rain-out, trouble and pain out of my heart.
And from the very start you tender affection in my direction.
T'was like a lovely blessing from above.
That's why I go around just beaming, wond'ring if I'm dreaming,
Walking in the sunshine of your love.
{musical interlude}
After the rain goes, people see rainbows,
But I see rainbows while it storms above,
So baby, is it any wonder I can laugh at thunder,
Walking in the sunshine of your love.
And below zero, and I'm a hero,
I never wear a muffler or a glove,
While all the world got big red noses,
I'm knee-deep in roses,
Walking in the sunshine of your love.
Just so you know dear, I'm gonna tell you,
Your smile's my golden umbrella,
Even the rain-out, trouble and pain out of my heart.
And from the very start your affection in my direction
Was like a lovely blessing from above.
That's why I go around just beaming, wond'ring if I'm dreaming,
I'm walking, walking in the sunshine of your love.
Yeah, baby, you keep me and warm,

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

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