We'll Be Together Again Lyrics:Frankie Laine Music:Carl Fischer
The song was publishe 1945.
Pianist and songwriter Carl Fischer met vocalist Frankie Laine in the early ‘40s and soon became his pianist and musical director. During the early years of Laine’s career he performed more jazz material than he did after hitting the big time in 1946 with his recording of “That’s My Desire,” which set the stage for the soulful, bluesy vocalists who would follow the crooners.
In 1945 Fischer showed Laine a song that he had written and asked Laine to write a lyric for it. Although they recorded “We’ll Be Together Again” that year, a rendition by the vocal group the Pied Pipers was released first. While the song didn’t chart, it has remained a solid favorite over the years.
No tears, no fears, remember there's always tomorrow So what if we have to part, we'll be together again
Your kiss, your smile, are memories I'll treasure forever So try thinking with your heart, we'll be together again
Times when I know you'll be lonesome, times when I know you'll be sad Don't let temptation surround you, don't let the blues make you bad
Someday, someway, we both have a lifetime before us For parting is not good-bye, we'll be together again
Times when I know you'll be lonesome And times when I know you'll be sad But don't let temptation surround you Don't let the blues make you bad
Someday, someway We both have a lifetime before us For parting is not goodbye We'll be together again