Unforgettable

Album: Unforgettable (1951)
Charted: 12
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  • Unforgettable
    That's what you are
    Unforgettable
    Though near or far

    Like a song of love that clings to me
    How the thought of you does things to me
    Never before has someone been more
    Unforgettable in every way
    And forevermore, that's how you'll stay
    That's why darling it's incredible
    That someone so unforgettable
    Thinks that I am unforgettable too

    Unforgettable in every way
    And forevermore, that's how you'll stay
    That's why darling it's incredible
    That someone so unforgettable
    Thinks that I am unforgettable too Writer/s: Irving Gordon
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Comments: 3

  • Sara from Silver Spring, MdNatalie Cole did another album of standards made famous by Nat King Cole called Stardust in 1996 and featured another channeled duet with her dad of "When I Fall In Love". Both were co-produced by David Foster.
  • Sara from Silver Spring, MdThere was a parody on SNL with Natalie Cole doing duets with other dead guys (like Elvis)
  • Daniel from Mexico City, MexicoThis song was played in the last episode of Will and Grace by Karen and Jack, at the piano
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