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The original song is called "Beautiful Barbados" written in the early 1960's by Ted Cunningham and Emile Straker (Lead Singer of The Merrymen Of Barbados). Of course, the lyrics are different as written by B. Blackburn, but adapted from the "Beautiful Barbados" music. From the album: ''Roses Love Sunshine'' - 1979 This version originally sung by Nana Mouskouri When Charlie Waller heard this beautiful love song made famous by the heavenly voice of Nana Muskouri in 1979, he knew then that he just had to record it! "Even Now" was released in 1992 by The Country Gentlemen on their New Horizon album. THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN Charlie Waller - guitar, vocals Randall Hylton - mandolin, vocals Billy Rose - banjo, guitar, bass, vocals Jimmy Bowen - bass, mandolin, vocals Glen Duncan - violin Gene Wooten - guitar, bass, dobro ???*•.¸¸¸.•*¨¨*•.¸¸¸.•*•???¸.•*¨¨* LYRICS •*•???•*???*•.¸¸¸.•*¨¨*•.¸¸¸.•*•? Moon in the sky softly creeping Over the town from above And I lie awake hardly sleeping So lonely for only your love Even now each night I remember Days of summer When blossoms filled each bough In the cold, gray days of December My darling, I miss you even now When will I see you again Come to my arms where you belong My world will be empty till then For you are the words to my song Even now each night I remember Days of summer When blossoms filled each bough In the cold, gray days of December My darling, I miss you even now In the cold, gray days of December My darling, I miss you even now