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Poinciana

Lyrics:Buddy Bernier
Music:Nat Simon

The song was publishe 1936.

The tune is based on a Cuban folk tune "La canción del árbol"
("The song of the tree").
The poinciana tree itself, delonix regia,
is a tree introduced to Cuba from Madagascar.

Glenn Miller performed it in the late 1930s with his civilian band
and then again in 1943 using lush strings with his Army Air Force Band.
Benny Carter and Bing Crosby both issued versions in 1944.



Blow...tropic wind...
Sing a song...through the trees.
Trees...sigh to me...
Soon my love...I will see.

Poinciana, your branches speak to me of love
Pale moon is casting shadows from above

Poinciana, somehow I feel the jungle heat
Within me, there grows a rhythmic savage beat
Love is everywhere, it's magic perfume fills the air
To and fro you sway, my heart's in time, I've learned to care
Poinciana, from now until the dawning day
I'll learn to love forever, come what may

Love is everywhere, it's magic perfume fills the air
To and fro you sway, my heart's in time, I've learned to care
Poinciana, from now until the dawning day
I'll learn to love forever, come what may
Poinciana




Bing Crosby(Poinciana)
Bing Crosby


Nat “King” Cole(Poinciana)
Nat “King” Cole


Diane Schuur(Poinciana)
Diane Schuur


Caswell Sisters(Poinciana)
Caswell Sisters


Frank Sinatra(Poinciana)
Frank Sinatra








Bing Crosby





Nat “King” Cole





Elizabeth Shepherd





The Four Freshmen





Caterina Valente





Manhattan Transfer





Glenn Miller




"When you hear music, after it's over, it's gone in the air.
You can never capture it again. "






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