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Published on Sep 18, 2010
High Noon, sung by Frankie Laine in this version, is an American 1952 western film directed by Fred Zinnemann and starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly. The film tells in real time the story of a town marshal forced to face a gang of killers by himself. The screenplay was written by Carl Foreman, based on John W. Cunningham's Collier's magazine short story, The Tin Star.
I remember this film being played every Christmas when I was a kid. Much like The Sound of Music is nowadays.
Do not forsake me, oh my darlin' On this, our weddin' day Do not forsake me, oh my darlin' Wait, wait along
I do not know what fate awaits me I only know I must be brave And I must face a man who hates me Or lie a coward, a craven coward Or lie a coward in my grave
Oh, to be torn 'tweenst love and duty S'posin' I lose my fair-haired beauty Look at that big hand move along Nearin' high noon
He made a vow while in state prison Vowed it would be my life or his'n I'm not afraid of death but oh What will I do if you leave me?
Do not forsake me, oh my darlin' You made that promise as a bride Do not forsake me, oh my darlin' Although you're grievin', don't think of leavin' Now that I need you by my side
Wait along,(wait along) wait along Wait along, wait along (Wait along, ,wait along, wait along, wait along)