Summer Wind – Frank Sinatra

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“Summer Wind” is a 1965 song, with music by Heinz Meier and lyrics by Johnny Mercer. The song is a nostalgic tale of a fleeting romance, first recorded by Wayne Newton who had the first national chart hit with the song in 1965, peaking at number 78.

“Summer Wind” is best known for a 1966 recording by Frank Sinatra which peaked at number twenty-five on the Billboard pop singles chart and number one on the Easy Listening chart. The Sinatra version originally appeared on his album, Strangers in the Night.

The summer wind, came blowin’ in from across the sea
It lingered there, to touch your hair and walk with me
All summer long, we sang a song and then we strolled that golden sand
Two sweethearts, and the summer wind
Like painted kites, those days and nights they went flyin’ by
The world was new, beneath a blue umbrella sky
Then softer than, a piper man, one day it called to you
I lost you, I lost you to the summer wind
The autumn wind, and the winter winds they have come and gone
And still the days, those lonely days they go on and on
And guess who sighs his lullabies through nights that never end
My fickle friend, the summer wind
The summer wind, warm summer wind, the summer wind
The Summer Wind was also more recently featured on the Michael Bublé  Self-titled third studio album released on February 11, 2003.
Everybody that Loves a Warm Summer Wind, Loves Life
Everybody Loves Life

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Italian Quote – “Chi va a letto senza cena tutta la notte si dimena.” 
       English Translation – “He who goes to bed without eating, will regret it throughout the night.”

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