Out Of Nowhere

Words and Music by Edward Heyman and John W. Green

You came to me
From out of nowhere.
You took my heart
And found it free.
Wonderful dreams
Wonderful schemes
From nowhere
Made every hour
Sweet as a flower to me.
And if you should go
Back to your nowhere
Leaving me with a memory.
I’ll always wait for your return
Out of nowhere
Hoping you’ll bring your love to me.
When I least expected
Kindly fate directed
You to make each dream of mine come true.
And if it’s clear or raining
There is no explaining
Things just happen and so did you.
You came to me from out of nowhere
You took my heart and you found it free.
Wonderful dreams, wonderful schemes from nowhere
Made every hour sweet as a flower to me.
And if you should go back to your nowhere
Leaving me with — with my memory.
I’ll always wait for your return
Out of nowhere
Hoping you’ll bring your love to me.

Sheet Music for "Out Of Nowhere"Recorded by Ruth Etting on April 16, 1931 in New York City for Columbia Records.
Originally issued on Columbia 2454 D (Matrix 151519)

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