For the Young at Heart - 1961
Hello, Young Lovers ~ 1960 version
< instrumental opening >
Hello, young lovers, whoever you are,
I hope your troubles are few,
All my good wishes go with you tonight,
I've been in love like you!
Be brave, young lovers, and follow your star,
Be brave, an' faithful, an' true,
Cling very close to each other tonight,
I've been in love like you!
I know how it feels,
To have wings on your heels,
And to fly down the street in a trance!
You fly down the street,
On a chance that you'll meet,
And you meet, not really by chance!
Don't cry, young lovers, whatever you do,
Don't cry because I'm alone,
All of my memories are happy tonight,
I've had a love of my own!
I've had a love of my own like yours,
I've had a love of my own!
I've had a love of my own like yours,
I've had a love of my own!
< instrumental and choral close >
~ from the 1951 Stage musical "The King and I"
Music by Richard Rodgers
with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II , 1951 
Williamson Music, Inc.
Original RCA RecordingVinyl Version| 1951 Version | 1970 Version |
Arranged by O.B. Masingill
With Mitchell Ayres' Orchestra ( and Chorus )
Produced by Hugo & Luigi
Recorded in Webster Hall, New York City
Recording Engineer: Bob Simpson
Recorded October 26, 1960

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