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Fly Me To The Moon by Frank Sinatra

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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2010

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Lyrics as follows :

Fly me to the moon,
let me play among the stars.
Let me see what spring is like
on a-Jupiter and Mars.
In other words, hold my hand.
In other words,
baby kiss me.
Fill my heart with song,
and let me sing for ever more.
You are all I long for,
all I worship and adore.
In other words, please be true.
In other words, I love you.
Fill my heart with song,
let me sing for ever more.
You are all I long for,
All I worship and adore.
In other words, please be true.
In other words, in other words
I love... you.

To download song from Amazon.com click http://amzn.to/fly-me-to-the-moon

Composer : Bart Howard


Bart Howard composed this song. The biography of Bart Howard below is taken from Wikipedia. We all know who Frank is. But few know who Bart is. Composing such wonderful songs takes musical genius.

Bart Howard (born Howard Joseph Gustafson; June 1, 1915 — February 21, 2004) was the composer and writer of the famous jazz standard "Fly Me To The Moon", which has been performed by singers (among others) Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, Della Reese, Diana Krall, June Christy and Astrud Gilberto. It is also played frequently by jazz and popular musicians around the world.

Howard was born in Burlington, Iowa. He began his career as an accompanist at the age of 16 and played for Mabel Mercer, Johnny Mathis and Eartha Kitt, among others.

"Fly Me To the Moon" was first sung in 1954 by Felicia Sanders at the "Blue Angel" club in Manhattan where the composer became M.C. and accompanist in 1951. The song received wide exposure when Peggy Lee sang it on The Ed Sullivan Show several years later. Bart Howard "lived off" this song for the rest of his life, although he had 49 other songs to his credit.

He died, aged 88, in Carmel, New York. He was survived by a sister Dorothy Lind of Burlington, Iowa and by his companion of 58 years, Thomas Fowler.

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