Louis ArmstrongThere's No You

I feel the autumn breeze; it steals 'cross my pillow As soft as the will-o'-the-wisp And in it's song there is sadness Because there's no you The lonely autumn trees are softly they are sighing For summer is dying They know that in my heart there's not gladness Because there's no you The park that we walk in, the garden we talk in How lonesome they seemed in the fall The stormy clouds hover and falling leaves cover Our favorite nook in the wall In spring we'll meet again, we'll kiss and recapture The summertime's rapture, we knew And from that day nevermore will I say There's no you
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