It's hardly accustomed for all of you. But it was written by the famous pair, who wrote those Oscar songs including: "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)", "Mona Lisa", "Buttons and Bows", "Dear Heart"; Ray Evans and Jay Livingston. As the song is often performed in the Jazz scene, I couldn't find out the history of the song ever. Having searched in the web, I couldn't make it at all.
Never let me go Love me much too much If you let me go Life will lose its touch What would I be without you? There's no place for me without you
Never let me go I'd be so lost if you went away There'd be a thousand hours in a day Without you, I know
Because of one caress, my world was overturned At the very start, all my bridges burned By my flaming heart You'd never leave me would you? You couldn't hurt me could you?