Together

Together

Together, together,
Always together,
That's how it used to be.
Together, Together,
heedless of weather,
Now there is only me, dear.

We strolled the lane, together;
Laughed at the rain, together,
Sang love's refrain, together.

And we'd both pretend,
It would never end.
One day we cried, together,
Cast love aside together.

You're gone from me;
But in my memory,
We always will be together.

Remember, remember,
Do you remember?
Love was a flame in May.
But, now in December,
love is an ember,
'Cause you have gone away, dear.

We strolled the lane, together;
Laughed at the rain, together,
Sang love's refrain, together.

We knew long ago,
That our love would grow.
Through storm and sun together,
Our hearts as one together.

You're gone from me,
But in my memory,
We always will be together.


Since You Went Away
Copyright 1943 by DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc.
This arrangement copyright 1944 by Crawford Music Corporation, N.Y.
Words and Music by B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson