Till - Jane Morgan (Romantic )

source: Orban Jolana     2016年6月3日
Jane Morgan with the Troubadors, from her 1958 "All the Way" LP album (KAPP KL-1080). -- "Till" is a popular song with music by Charles Danvers and English lyrics by Carl Sigman, released in January 1957 by Percy Faith. It was derived from the French song "Prière Sans Espoir", released in 1956 by Lucien Lupi on the EP L'Amour Viendra with original French lyrics written by Pierre Benoit Buisson. Italian singer Caterina Valente released a version in 1960 with lyrics by Gaiano.
----Music: Ted Mossman (adapted from Frédéric Chopin's Polonaise in A Flat Major, Op. 53, the "Polonaise Héroique").

Lyrics: Buddy Kaye
"Till the end of time, long as stars are in the blue,
Long as there's a spring, a bird to sing, I'll go on loving you.
Till the end of time, long as roses bloom in May,
My love for you will grow deeper with every passing day.

Till the wells run dry and each mountain disappears,
I'll be there for you to care for you through laughter and through tears.
So take my heart in sweet surrender and tenderly say that I'm
The one you love and live for till the end of time..."