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 Till You Return

 (Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with Dr. Gene Davenport

 

Till you return, no bird may sing

Nor word of song its message bring.

Oh, lonely hours of absence and empty arms

I must endure till you return.

 

Till you return, no star may shine,

Nor smile, caress to equal thine.

Oh, prayer of parting, tell me what must I do?

Or break my heart till you return.

 

When will I hear your sweet voice and then

When will I thrill to your touch again?

 

Till you return, I promise, dear,

Though birds won’t sing nor stars appear,

My heart on wings will find you each lonely day

And watch o’er you till you return.

 

When will I hear your sweet voice and then

When will I thrill to your touch again?

 

Till you return, I promise, dear,

Though birds won’t sing nor stars appear,

My heart on wings will find you each lonely day

And watch o’er you till you return.

 

NB: You are listening to a recording by Gene Davenport from his album, "Ghost Towns and Gopher Trails".

 

 

 

 

 

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For permission to record Bob Nolan's music, contact: The Songwriter’s Guild of America