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Perry Como - "Till The End of Time" (1945)

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Uploaded on Aug 18, 2009

Notes from "The Incomparable Como" Readers Digest UK compilation 1975)

Quote: ~ " Ask Perry Como which of all the songs he's recorded is his personal favourite, and he'll answer: "Till the End of Time".
Perhaps it's his sentimental favourite, but whatever the reason, this is the tune that fully deserves Perry's admiration, because this is the one that started it all...
It launched his career as a major solo artist in 1945 and was the first of a continuing string of 13 Gold Records...
If it sounds familiar, perhaps you first heard it as Chopin's Polonaise in A Flat, Op. 53. "
Lyrics:...
Till the end of time,
Long as stars are in the blue,
long as theres a spring, a bird to sing,
Ill go on loving you.

Till the end of time,
Long as roses bloom in May,
my love for you will grow deeper,
with every passing day.

Till the wells run dry,
and each mountain disappears,
Ill be there for you, to care for you,
through laughter and through tears.

So, take my heart in sweet surrender,
and tenderly say that Im,
the one you love and live for,
till the end of time.

(Instrumental bridge)

Till the wells run dry,
and each mountain disappears,
Ill be there for you, to care for you,
through laughter and through tears.

So, take my heart in sweet surrender,
and tenderly say that Im,
the one you love and live for,
till the end of time.

Words and Music by Ted Mossman and Buddy Kaye, 1945
Adapted from Chopin's Polonaise No. 6 in A Flat Major

Lyrics copyright Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell. Inc.

Anne-Rachel Music & Budd Music Corp. ~ ASCAP
Original single recording 1945 ~

With Orchestra Conducted by Russell Case
Produced by Herb Hendler

Recorded at Lottos Club, New York City
Recording Time 3:05

Recorded July 03, 1945 ~ Matrix No. D5VB-464 Take 1 - 1A
SESSION MUSICIANS
July 5, 1945
A&R Production Herb Hendler
Orchestra
AFTERNOON 1:30 TO 4:45 PM
NO OVERTIME
Leader: Russ Case
Contractor: Union Musicians
Piano ~ Dave Bowman
Guitar ~ Frank B. Worrell Bass ~ Robert Haggart Drums ~ Johnny Blowers Sax ~ Henry Ross ~ Murray Cohen ~ Jess Carneel ~ Henry John D'Amico ~ Herman Shertzer
Trumpet ~ Nat Natoli ~ Bill Butterfield ~ George Erwin Trombone ~ Will Bradley ~ Herbert H. Winfield Violin ~ Jack Gasselin ~ Leo Kruczek ~ Irving Prager ~ Bernie Ocko ~ Rudolph Bochco ~ Harry Hoffman Viola ~ Harold Furmansky Harp ~ Ruth Berman




Single release: RCA-78RPM-20-1709-A ~
Single Flip Side: "(Did You Ever Get) That Feeling in the Moonlight"
US Chart Position No. 1 (10 Weeks) Chart Debut: August 18, 1945

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