"I'll Remember April" as written by Don Raye, Gene De Paul, Patricia Johnston and Zbigniew Namyslowski....
This lovely day will lengthen into evening,
We'll sigh good-bye to all we've ever had,
Alone where we have walked together,
I'll remember April and be glad

I'll be content, you loved me once in April,
Your lips were warm, and love an' spring were new,
But I'm not afraid of autumn, and her sorrow,
For I'll remember, (I'll remember)
April and you! (I'll remember)

The fire will dwindle into glowing ashes,
For flames and love live such a little while
I won't forget, but I won't be lonely, (Oh, no)
I'll remember April, and I'll smile

The fire will dwindle into glowing ashes,
For flames and love live such a little while (a little while)

I won't forget, but I won't be lonely (I won't be lonely)
I'll remember April, and I'll smile

I won't forget but I won't be lonely, no
I'll remember April, and I'll smile!


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"I'll Remember April" as written by Gerry Mulligan

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