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Ebb Tide
Frank Chacksfield & His Orchestra Lyrics


First the tide rushes in, plants a kiss on the shore
Then rolls out to sea and the sea is very still once more
So I rush to your side like the oncoming tide
With one burning thought, will your arms open wide?
At last face to face, and as we kiss through an embrace
I can tell, I can feel you are love, you are real
Really mine in the rain, in the dark, in the sun
Like the tide at its ebb I'm at peace in the web of your arms

First the tide rushes in, plants a kiss on the shore
Then rolls out to sea and the sea is very still once more
So I rush to your side like the oncoming tide
With one burning thought, will your arms open wide?
At last face to face, and as we kiss through an embrace
I can tell, I can feel you are love, you are real
Really mine in the rain, in the dark, in the sun
Like the tide at its ebb I'm at peace in the web of your arms

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Robert Maxwell, Carl Sigman

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Molly Metivier

What ever happened to beautiful music I love this song

Marshall Harrison - Guitarist

You can’t call pop-rap, melody-free, unintentionally hilarious flex-ranting garbage cause then you’re a racist apparently. If there were any harmonies at all you could call it a cacophonous din

Jess Saes Christian UV

Thanks Mom. This was your album you used to play when we left California. As a baby I remember well you playing this on the Sony console stereo dad brought back from Japan when he was U.S.N. North Island and Viet Nam was all the NEWS. She would play this album when my dad was away fighting the war, and the house was lonely and we missed dad. Thanks again Mom. Rest in Peace. - Joseph

Joseph Guderian

As our ship left New York for Casablanca in 1952, the band on the dock played this song.

Blackhorse 11th ACR

What a wonderful memory. I can imagine how that must have felt. The music and the ocean, 🌊, the seagulls and your experience must have been fantastic.

Gabryael Harrisson

MrMagnusFogg The song was written in 1953 but was released in 54 . Again,good day to you !

MrMagnusFogg

@Gabryael Harrisson

The first recordings date back to 1953, the year the song was composed.

Gabryael Harrisson

Joseph Guderian It came out in 1954 ...good day to you.

Catherine Sacco

I am also 61 female who always loved music like this..when I was 16 I loved "Ferrante &Tiecher" The Apartment" ..I was and will always be deep soul an old soul A Pisces.. looking for Music for A lazy Afternoon" listen to "Deodato" Love Island he also does Afternoon of The Fawn" I love the composure of this man Frank'Chacksfield..

drfugawe

I discovered music on the radio at age 12, and fell in love with this (in those days, 1953, stuff like this was on the hit parade) The only radio in our home was in my father's '47 Lincoln Zephyr, and he let me go out there and listen for hours - what a guy.

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