1950s EASY-POP Songs and Singers...on the verge of Rock 'n Roll
You, My Love recorded by Frank Sinatra introduced in 1954 on Capitol Records co-written by Jimmy Van Heusen and Mac Gordon
Frank Sinatra's engaging, happy, but shy version of the song You, My Love was a bigger hit for him in England than it was in the United States. This song was originally introduced in the film 'Young at Heart' as a duet with Doris Day in the film's memorable finale. Doris Day also recorded her own solo version of You, My Love. Frank Sinatra's contract with Capitol records and Doris Day's contract with Columbia Records did not permit a release of their duet.
Quintessential Fifties lyric:
"My love is ever you, my love now and forever you, my love... yes and because of you my love my wishful dream came true, my love"