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  1. By Robert Katscher and B. G De Sylva, Published on 01/01/ Notes. Contains advertisements and/or short musical examples of pieces being sold by publisher.
  2. WHEN DAY IS DONE Robert Katcher (m) Buddy De Sylva (l) as rec by Keely Smith also rec by- Paul Whiteman & his Orch '27 Whispering Jack Smith '28 Perry Como w Russ Case & his Orch '47 Bobby Darin w Orch cond by Bobby Scott '60 Ambrose & his Orch The Clark Sisters Bing Crosby Jimmy Durante When day is done and shadows fall, I dream of you.
  3. When Day is Done by Edgar A Guest Poetry Poem Reilly & Lee Hardcover Book. $ Shipping: + $ Shipping. CPT PROFESSIONAL EDITION BY AMA -- Seller Rating: % positive.
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  5. When day is done I think of all the joys we knew That yearnin', returnin' to hold you in my arms Won't go love, I know love, without you night has lost its charm When day is done and grass is wet with twilight's dew My lonely heart is sinkin' with the sun Although I miss your tender kiss the whole day through I miss you most of all when day is done.
  6. When day is done, I think of all the joys we knew That yearning returning to hold you in my arms, Won't go, love, I know, love, Without you night has lost its charms! When day is done and grass is wet with twilight's dew, My lonely heart is sinking with the sun. Although I miss your tender kiss the whole day through, I miss you most of all when day is done. Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make .
  7. Description (Brief) This sheet music is for the song “When Day Is Done” that had lyrics written by Buddy G. DeSylva and music composed by Dr. Robert Katscher. The sheet music was published by Harms Incorporated in New York, New York in The plain white cover features a .
  8. The day is done, and the darkness. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was one of the most widely known and best-loved American poets of the 19th century.

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