Last Night When We Were Young
by Harold Arlen, Sylvia McNair & André Previn
Lyrics and Meaning
May 1, 1996
Last Night When We Were Young Lyrics
Last night when we were young
Love was a star, a song unsung
Life was so new, so real so right
Ages ago last night
Today the world is old
You flew away and time grew cold
Where is that star that shone so bright
Ages ago last night?
To think that spring had depended
On merely this: a look, a kiss
To think that something so splendid
Could slip away in one little daybreak
So now, let's reminisce
And recollect the sighs and the kisses
The arms that clung
When we were young last night
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