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How High the Moon
Les Paul & Mary Ford Lyrics


Somewhere there's music
How faint the tune
Somewhere there's heaven
How high the moon

There is no moon above
When love is far away too
'Til it comes true
That you love me as I love you

Somewhere there's music
How near, how far
Somewhere there's heaven
It's where you are

The darkest night would shine
If you would come to me soon
Until you will, how still my heart
How high the moon

Somewhere there's music
How faint the tune
Somewhere there's heaven
How high the moon

The darkest night would shine
If you would come to me soon
Until you will, how still my heart
How high the moon

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Morgan Lewis, Nancy Hamilton

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How High The Moon
Les Paul & Mary Ford

Somewhere there's music
How faint the tune
Somewhere there's heaven
How high the moon
There is no moon above
When love is far away too
Till it comes true
That you love me as I love you

Somewhere there's music
How near, how far
Somewhere there's heaven
It's where you are
The darkest night would shine
If you would come to me soon
Until you will, how still my heart
How high the moon



All comments from YouTube:

klbax63

Total game changer!! Les was like a mad scientist what a genius

Chip Cook

Um, Les, it turns out, was a team. No surprise, here.

Dmojo R

Best version of this song ever recorded. Les was such a catalyst for what was to come. And Mary doesn't get the modern recognition she deserves for her singing. I love her voice. And I gotta confess, I've developed a bit of a crush on her. She was a looker.

Basil Marasco

"Mary Ford" was her stage name.

Real name? Colleen Summers

June Lynn

I love watching how his fingers fly on that guitar.....there are no proper words to describe how wonderful this is 💜💜💜

Noel Newlon

They just stood there and delivered an impeccably flawless performance.

The Brussels Catastrophe

70 years after the recording, it is still a work of outrageous quality, compared to what is currently available.

Big Kitty

Absolutely brilliant duo. One of the best tunes to come out of the 1950's. I saw him perform in New York in the early 90's. He was great, even in his old age.

Lauren Russell-Pank

Saw Les Paul Trio at Fat Tuesdays in the early 90's & you are right-he still had it!

tippimail1

The Godfather of Rock and Roll would have been 102 today.I can remember hearing this in the early '50's and loving it.

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