Red Sails In the Sunset Lyrics - Nat King Cole

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-Artist: Nat King Cole
-peak Billboard position # 24 in 1951
-Words by Jimmy Kennedy and Music by Hugh Williams
-previously charted in 1935 by Bing Crosby (#1), Guy Lombardo (also # !),
-Mantovani (#3), and Jack Jackson (# 13)
-previously charted in 1936 by Louis Armstrong (#15)
-subsequently charted by Tab Hunter in 1957 (#57), The Platters in 1960 (#36)
-and by Fats Domino in 1963 (#35).


{Red sails in the sunset, way out on the sea}
Oh, carry my loved one home safely to me
{She sailed at the dawning, all day I've been blue}
Red sails in the sunset, I'm trusting in you

Swift wings you must borrow
Make straight for the shore
We marry tomorrow
And she goes sailing no more

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{Red sails in the sunset, way out on the sea}
Oh, carry my loved one home safely to me

<instrumental interlude>

Swift wings you must borrow
Make straight for the shore
We marry tomorrow
And she goes sailing no more

{Red sails in the sunset}
Way out on the sea (ooh-wee-ooh, wee-ooh)
Oh, carry my loved one
{Home safely to me}

{bracketed words are sung by Nat in unison with background singers}
(words in parentheses are sung by background singers only)






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making a better babe be good. | Reviewer: freddie ellis | 3/6/11

Hi Marion
We have met years ego when Brine dropt his GPS off Port Owen. My name is Freddie Ellis. We did recover the gaget, and u thanked me and the diver.I want to do some something to develop an trust to help yunster of coulor to be more awerre of the sea and to learn to sail.lotsolove





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