Our Love Is Here to Stay (1938)
(w) Ira Gershwin (m) George Gershwin (I) Film: The Goldwyn Follies by Kenny Baker (RR) 1951 film: An American in Paris by Gene Kelly (This was George Gershwin’s last song before his death) (CR) Ella Fitzgerald (CR) The Ray Charles Singers (CR) Ginny Simms
The more I read the papers, the less I comprehend
The world and all its capers and how it all will end.
Nothing seems to be lasting, but that isn’t our affair.
We’ve got something permanent,
I mean in the way we care.

Chorus: It’s very clear, our love is here to stay
Not for a year, but ever and a day
The radio and the telephone and the movies that we know
May just be passing fancies and in time may go
But, oh my dear, our love is here to stay
Together we’re going a long, long way
In time the Rockies may crumble, Gibraltar may tumble
They’re only made of clay, but our love is here to stay