Horace Heidt And His Orchestra Now Is the Hour cover

Now Is the Hour
by Horace Heidt And His Orchestra
Lyrics and Meaning


Released
February 1, 2009
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Song Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Sunset glow fades in the west,
Night o'er the valley is creeping!
Birds cuddle down in their nest,
Soon all the world will be sleeping
Verse 2
And now is the hour when we must say goodbye,
Soon you'll be sailing far across the sea,
While you're away, o, then remember me,
When you return, you'll find me waiting here
Verse 3
True lovers often must part,
Kiss me, then leave me to sorrow!
Here love, I give you my heart,
You will return some glad morrow
Verse 4
But now is the hour when we must say goodbye,
Soon you'll be sailing far across the sea,
While you're away, o, then remember me,
When you return, you'll find me waiting here.

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