"Now at Last" as written by and Haymes....
Now at last I know
What a fool I've been
For I've lost the last love
I should ever win

And at last I see
How my heart was blind
To the joys before me
That I left behind

When the wind was fresh on the hills
And the stars were new in the sky
And the lark was held in the still
Where was I
Where was I

When the spring is cold
Where do robins go
What makes winters lonely
Now at last I know

When the wind was fresh on the hills
And the stars were new in the sky
And the lark was held in the still
Where was I
Where was I

When the spring is cold
Where do robins go
What makes winters lonely
Now at last I know


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"Now at Last" as written by Marty Clarke Bob Haymes

Lyrics © LARRY TAYLOR MUSIC

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    My InterpretationMelancholy and beautiful. I like the album version much better than the upbeat live version Feist performs. The album track is closer to the Blossom Dearie original.The last verse where Feist holds the note for "lonelyyy" is sublime and perfect.
    Cutecartonon April 16, 2013   Link

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