Time After Time


Songwriters: Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne
Performer: various
Category: Golden Oldies

This is one of those jazz standards that strikes a HUGE chord with many artists. It was originally composed in 1947, and first introduced to the world by Frank Sinatra in the movie It Happened In Brooklyn.

It has been covered by a staggering number of artists since then, including Chet Baker, James Brown, Carol Burnett, Miles Davis, Harry Connick Jr, Placido Domingo, Rod Stewart, Barbra Streisand, The Temptations, and even Brent Spiner ("Data" of Star Trek: the Next Generation) on his 1991 album Ol' Yellow Eyes Is Back.


Sheet music (piano solo)
Sheet music (piano/vocal, can be piano solo)


LYRICS

What good are words I say to you?
They can't convey to you what's in my heart
If you could hear instead
The things I've left unsaid

Time after time
I tell myself that I’m
so lucky to be loving you
so lucky to be
the one you run to see
in the evening when the day is through

I only know what I know
the passing years will show
you’ve kept my love so young, so new

And time after time
You’ll hear me say that I’m
so lucky to be loving you.

I only know what I know
the passing years will show
you’ve kept my love so young, so new

And time after time
You’ll hear me say that I’m
so lucky to be loving you.


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