Young At Heart

Album: City Slickers Soundtrack (1954)
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  • The lyrics were written for the 1954 film Young At Heart by Carolyn Leigh, the music by Johnny Richards. The film starred Frank Sinatra, who was commonly credited with singing this song.
  • Jimmy Durante also narrated the 1969 animated TV film Frosty the Snowman. This was his final film, not counting documentaries and one short film appearance. >>
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    Mike - Mountlake Terrace, Washington, for above 2

Comments: 4

  • Michael from Mcfarland, WiWe need more Durante entries for sure. He had a very entertaining and lucrative career long before the 1950s.
  • Eddie Ramirez from San Antonio, Texas, TxPlease play more jimmy Durants old songs when he had his show on The Jimmy Durante Tv show.
    Hotchacha cha!EddieRamirez of San Antonio
  • John from Fort Worth, TxI'm 47 and I have loved this song since I was a kid. I have loved hearing the lyrics at diffent times in my life. It's a beautiful song both in melody and in words. Its message is definitely worth carring along over the years of one's life. John Martin
  • Nora from Phoenix, Azthe joy & beauty of life belongs to those
    who dream with loving hearts
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