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Chet Baker - I Wish You Love

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Published on Nov 5, 2009

Great jazz stardard performed by Chet Baker in 1964.

The original song was written in 1957 by french composer Léo Chauliac with french lyrics by Charles Trenet and
the title was "Que reste-t-il de nos amours?"
The English title and lyrics are by Albert Beach.
Images : Lake Maggiore, Lombardy, Italy

A richiesta di Albybaraldi un grandissimo standard jazz eseguito da un mito della tromba nel 1964.
Immagini del Lago Maggiore.

La canzone originale è stata scritta dall'autore francese
Léo Chauliac con testo di Charles Trenet e si intitola
"Que reste-t-il de nos amours?".
La versione inglese è il titolo sono invece di Albert A. Beach.


Goodbye, no use leading with our chins
This is where our story ends
Never lovers, ever friends
Goodbye, let our hearts call it a day
But before you walk away
I sincerely want to say
I wish you bluebirds in the spring
To give your heart a song to sing
And then a kiss, but more than this
I wish you love
And in July a lemonade
To cool you in some leafy glade
I wish you health
But more than wealth
I wish you love
My breaking heart and I agree
That you and I could never be
So with my best
My very best
I set you free
I wish you shelter from the storm
A cozy fire to keep you warm
But most of all when snowflakes fall
I wish you love
But most of all when snowflakes fall
I wish you love
I wish you love
I wish you love, love, love, love, love
I wish you love

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