Love Letters in the Sand


Sung by Pat Boone, 1957

Performed by Ted Black and his Orchestra, 1931

Sung by Gene Austin, 1931

Sung by Lee Morse, 1931

Sung by the Radiolites, 1931

Sung by Patsy Cline

Love Letters in the Sand, as sung by Pat Boone
Music by J. Fred Coots
Lyrics by Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny
1931

[Whistled: ]

On a day / like to-day /
We pas-sed the time / a-way /
Wri-ting love let-ters / in the sand /

[Instrumental: ]

How you laugh-ed / when I cried /
Each time I saw the tide /
Take our love let-ters / from the sand /

[Instrumental: ]

You made a vow / that you / would e-ver / be true /
But some-how / that vow / meant no-thing / to you /

Now my bro-ken heart aches /
With e-very wave that breaks /
O-ver love let-ters / in the sand /

[Instrumental: ]

[Whistled: You made a vow / that you / would ever / be true /
But some-how / that vow / meant no-thing / to you /]

Now my bro-ken heart aches /
With e-very wave that breaks /
O-ver love let-ters / in the sand!

[Instrumental: ]

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