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Ill Remember April

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  1. D D6 D7M D6 This lovely day will lengthen into ev'ning Dm7 Dm6 Dm7 Dm6 We'll sigh good-bye to all we've ever had Gm A7 C9 B9 Alone, where we have walked together B7 Em7 A7/9-D7M D6 I'll remember April and be glad Bridge Gm7 C7 F7M Dm7 I'll be content you loved me once in April Gm7 C7 F7M Dm7 Your lips were warm and love and spring were new Em7 A7 D7M D6 But I'm not afraid .
  2. Alone where we have walked together. I'll remember April and be glad. I'll be content you loved me once in April. Your lips were warm and love and spring were new. I'm not afraid of autumn and her sorrow. For I'll remember April and you. The fire will dwindle .
  3. Patti Page ‎– I'll Remember April Label: Mercury ‎– SR Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: US Released: Genre: Pop. Style: Vocal. Tracklist. A1: A Blossom Fell: A2: It Like Rain In Cherry Blossom Lane: A3: Mighty Like A Rose: A4: You're The One Rose That's Left In My Heart 4/5(6).
  4. Dick Foran sang ‘I’ll Remember April’ for Anne Gwynne in the film Ride ‘em Cowboy, a farce produced by Universal Pictures, directed by Arthur Lubin, and starring Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. It was released on 13 February in New York. For the music enthusiasts, the film had different appeal.
  5. After Pearl Harbor is attacked, four California boys find a shipwrecked Japanese sailor on the coast and struggle decide who is their real etnibtiberglonsoabestkoslrecobigsri.coinfo: Pat Morita, Pam Dawber, Trevor Morgan.
  6. I'll remember April, and I'll smile The fire will dwindle into glowing ashes, For flames and love live such a little while (a little while) I won't forget, but I won't be lonely (I won't be lonely) I'll remember April, and I'll .
  7. “I’ll Remember April” is a tune written by Gene De Paul. Published in , it’s first appearance was in the comedy “Ride ‘Em Cowboy”. This tune never ranked high on the pop charts, likely because of its long 48 bar form. Jazz musicians have adopted this song as a standard and it has been recorded and performed my many artists.
  8. I'll remember April, and I'll smile The fire will dwindle into glowing ashes, For flames and love live such a little while (a little while) I won't forget, but I won't be lonely (I won't be lonely) I'll remember April, and I'll .

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