Let Bygones be Bygones

This is a short song about forgiveness.

It was apparently written in 1933 by an English song-writer who was active in the 1920s and 1930s, Joseph George Gilbert (tba).

Although it is not particularly a religious song or hymn, it has been suggested in some religious formation programmes.

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Examples

1930s(?) recording: singer with chamber orchestra:


Singer with band, 1940s:


Singer with band: 21st century recording of the original song:


Lyrics

Let bygones be bygones and start all over again.
Let us forget our sorrow: We must live for tomorrow.
Remember that the sunshine will always follow the rain
So let bygones be bygones and start all over again.

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Let bygones be bygones and start all over again.
Let us forget our sorrow: We must live for tomorrow.
Remember that the sunshine will always follow the rain
So let bygones be bygones and start all over again.

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