The More I See You

05:05
Mack Gordon and Harry Warren

Story

 

A great love song speaks not only to the feeling that one has for their love, but also for the growing passion that continues to swell within as time evolves. This romantic ballad, composed in 1945 was first introduced to the public by the great crooner Dick Haymes in the film Diamond Horseshoe. While many singers have covered this song throughout the years, including Chris Montez who scored a huge pop hit in 1966, it is the Johnny Hartman version that serves as the interpretative inspiration for Wayne and Judy’s passionate vocal and piano performances respectfully. 

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