Track Title:               The Song Is You
Album Title:               The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Vol. 4

Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra
Lyrics by:                 Oscar Hammerstein II     (O. Greeley Clendenning H. II)
Music by:                  Jerome Kern   (J. David K.)
From the Show:             Music In The Air  1932 (S)

Song Is You, The

Writer(s): Jerome Kern / Oscar Hammerstein

I hear music when I look at you, a beautiful theme of every dream I ever knew.
Down deep in my heart I hear it play; I feel it start, then melt away.
I hear music when I touch your hand; a beautiful melody from some enchanted land.
Down deep in my heart, I hear it say, Is this the day?
I alone have heard this lovely strain, I alone have heard this glad refrain:
Must it be forever inside of me?  Why can't I let it go?  Why can't I let you know,
Why can't I let you know the song my heart would sing?
That beautiful rhapsody of love and youth and spring,
The music is sweet, the words are true -- the song is you.

Contributed by Larry Henares of the Philippines