Time After Time

05:15
Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne

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This standard has become a mainstay in the Great American Songbook since Frank Sinatra introduced it in the film, It Happened in Brooklyn in 1947. The sentiment expressed in the lyrics, epitomizes the warmth of genuine romance and the depth of true love that two people share. Judy’s unique touch at the piano is most apparent with her brilliant interlude. The last words of the lyrics of this gentle song serve as the title for this album, and underscore the feeling throughout the compilation of all of its songs. Anyone who has ever been in love recognizes exactly what is meant by the phrase, “so lucky to be loving you.”

Where's Wayne

  • Apr 30
    Drury Lane Theatre,  Oakbrook Terrace
     
  • May 3
    Allstate Arena,  Rosemont
     
  • May 4
    The Chapel,  Mundelein
     
  • May 4
    Wrigley Field,  Chicago
     

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