I Saw Your Face In A Cloud

Writer(s): Robert Fetters
(from the CD It’s All So New, Broadcast December 10, 1940)
(back-up) [[Frank with back-up]] [Connie Haines]

Connie Haines:
[I saw your face in a cloud, and I was singing out loud]
[When I saw your face, your very lovely face in a cloud.]
[I saw your eyes in a star, they winked at me from afar]
[A million miles away I saw them plain as day in a star.]
[You are on my mind, morning noon and night.]
[And no matter where I go, I find you are always in my sight.]
[I saw your face in the moon, you disappear too soon.]
[So I hope and pray when there’s no moon to shine,]
[I’ll see your lovely face, your very lovely face next to mine.]
(musical interlude)
Frankie:
You are on my mind, morning. noon and night.
And no matter where I go, I find you are always in my sight.
[[I saw your face in the moon, you disappear too soon.]]
[[So I hope and pray when there’s no moon to shine,]]
[[I’ll see your lovely face, your very lovely face]] next to mine.

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