Eydie Gorme – After You’ve Gone

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“After You’ve Gone” is a 1918 popular song composed by Turner Layton, with lyrics written by Henry Creamer.

Album:”Eydie Gorme – Eydie Swings The Blues”.

Eydie Gorme – vocals


Ruth Hildenbrandt says:

i adore eydie, but remember sophie tucker anyone,

Lori says:

oh my god, this is so beautiful. <3

sevadaj says:

I love this version!!

Bob Moore says:

true to above

Joseph Stalin says:

Marrion Harris ftw !! (though a hell of a version )

Mohamed Alaa says:

Don't you remember how you used to say
You'd always love me in the same old way
but now it's very strange
That you should ever change
sometimes i think someone has won your heart
Tempted you away
But let me warn you tho' we're miles apart
You'll regret some day
my darling

After you've gone and left me crying
After you've gone there's no denying,
You'll feel blue, you'll feel sad,
You'll miss the bestest pal you've ever had
There'll come a time, now don't forget it,
There'll come a time, when you'll regret it
some day when you grow lonely
your heart will break like mine and you will want me only
After you've gone

Lee F says:

I can't find a better vocal version then this one.  It's one of my favorite songs.  I have over twenty recordings by various artists, this is the best.

Kwan Sum Chan says:

With her lovely and powerful voice, Eydie Gorme was a wonderful and fabulous singer. I love all her songs.

Tango Bango says:

Eydie is magnificent at the old standards like this one…she was one of the very best!

randy iappelli says:

NOBODY, Comes close to anything Eydie Sings !!

Dianne Teigen says:

Fantastic, Love it!!

Chilane Turner says:

Eydie Gorme is amazing! Her voice is superb. I created a fan page for her on Facebook. Come and "Like" it! https://www.facebook.com/Eydie-Gorm%C3%A9-1272181319463241/

Joseph F says:

Such a beautiful voice.

William L Robinson says:

No doubt about it, Eydie was one of the Greatest singers ever. Her voice comes from the soul. Musicians and vocalists that project their music from their soul are rare.

Valter Ribas Neto says:

Incredible voice. Penetrates into in our ears, it goes through our mind and comes to the soul.

jiva gebugh says:

This song made my hair stand! Love this song

Julian S. Wright says:

Come on I like the QHCF version

ch bar says:

the witches of east end brought me here. she sings it so much better

spencer0000000 says:

Dinah Washington's version is the best of course:D

Sara May says:

I think you are right it's fabulous!!!

Walter H Harrison says:

I saw Eydie twice in Las Vegas…Knocked me out both times…

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