So Far
Frank Sinatra Lyrics


We have nothing to remember so far, so far,
So far we haven't walked by night and shared the light of a star.
So far your heart has never fluttered so near, so near
That my own heart alone could hear it.

We haven't gone beyond the very beginning,
We've just begun to know how lucky we are.
So we have nothing to remember so far, so far.
But now I'm face to face with you and now at last we've met,

And now we can look forward to the things we'll never forget.

We haven't gone beyond the very beginning,
We've just begun to know how lucky we are
So we have nothing to remember so far, so far.
But now I'm face to face with you, and now at last we've met,
And now we can look forward to the things we'll never forget.

No keepsakes have we for days that are gone,
No fond recollections to look back upon,
No song that we love, no scene to recall, we have no traditions at all.

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
Written by: OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II, RICHARD RODGERS

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dianavictoria Aljadeff

This song was first sang by a woman Gloria Mills a secondary role in the story.Allegro was an ensemble musical when a chorus told the storThe plot is about the life of a doctor Joseph Taylor Jr narrated by the chorus .So many of the songs werent sung by the leading roles. ,A fello needs a girl is sung by Joseh parents Dr Taylor and Marjorie, and A gentlemen is a dope is sung by Emily ,Joseph secretary who becomes his second wife,Joseph only sings You are never away.It was a Rodgers and Hammerstein different musical and it wasnt a success .

TedWms521

Largely forgotten, this wistful song is from Rodgers and Hammerstein's Allegro, a musical which ignored plot in favor of telling the story of someone's life. Sinatra rewrites the lyric a little, perhaps unwittingly. He sings "And now at least we've met" but Hammerstein wrote ""And now at last we've met." It's an intriguing change from the idea of fate ("at last") to an understanding that this meeting may not result in a romance.

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