Heptune presents:

Where is the Sun?

    (Redmond, David)

Transcribed from vocals by Billie Holiday, recorded April 1, 1937;
From Billie Holliday and Her Orchestra 1933-1937; Chronological Classics 582.

Where is the sun?
Oh, clouds above me,
Where are the birds that used to sing?
Everything's wrong,
Oh, where is their song of love?

Where is the one
Who said he loves me?
Gone like the flowers he used to bring,
Can it be true
There's somebody new to love?

Listen, my heart,
Don't feel so bad,
Think of the kisses we knew,
You know, my heart,
The moments we had,
Maybe he misses them, too.

Where is the sun?
Oh, clouds above me,
Don't take the dreams to which I cling,
Where is the sun?
Oh, where is the one I love?

Listen, my heart,
Don't feel so bad,
Think of the kisses we knew,
You know, my heart,
The moments we had,
Maybe he misses them, too.

Where is the sun?
Oh, clouds above me,
Don't take the dreams to which I cling,
Where is the sun?
Oh, where is the one I love?



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Published 2/24/02.

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