Our Love Is Here To Stay Lyrics - Nat King Cole

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-Artist: Nat King Cole
-Words by Ira Gershwin and Music by George Gershwin
-introduced by Kenny Baker in the 1938 film "The Goldwyn Follies" starring Adolph
-Menjou, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, and the Ritz Brothers
-also used in the 1951 film "An American In Paris" starring Gene Kelly and Leslie
-Caron
-charted in 1938 by Larry Clinton (#15) and Red Norvo (#16)
-charted at # 89 in 1961 by Dinah Washington


It's very clear, our love is here to stay
Not for a year but ever and a day
The radio and the telephone and the movies that we know
May just be passing fancies and in time may go

But oh, my dear, our love is here to stay
Together we're going a long, long way
In time the Rockies may tumble, Gibraltar may crumble
They're only made of clay
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But our love is here to stay

<instrumental interlude>

In time the Rockies may tumble, Gibraltar may crumble
They're only made of clay
But our love is here to stay



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About the song | Reviewer: J. Jay Brown. | 10/5/14

Although this song appears to be a standard love song, it was Gershwin's final composition. Ira wrote the lyrics after the death of George. More than anything it was about a brother's undying love. How could anyone listen to this song without being brought to tears?

This song is absolutely metaphsyical. | Reviewer: Barbara | 6/12/12

Think of "our love" as the Love that is God/Being. It's stable, everlasting. Material things will of course disappear; matter doesn't last. Love, Truth does.

George and Ira were geniuses.



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