Saturday, December 12, 2020

A good day for Frank Sinatra's "Autumn in New York"



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We remember Frank Sinatra who was born in New Jersey on this day in 1915.  He died in 1998.

We recall one of his great songs, "Autumn in New York".  It feels right even if we are closer to winter than autumn.  The air is cooler.  We can finally shutoff the air conditioning and open some windows.  In the North and East, the leaves are changing and the colors are magnificent.

It's a good day to remember a great song of the season.

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