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"Till Then" is a popular song written by Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, and Guy Wood and published in 1944. [1]



The song was a plea (presumably by a soldier, off to fight the war) to his sweetheart to wait for him until he could get back home. Like many war-themed songs, it enjoyed great popularity when it came out in 1944.

1944 recordings

"Till Then"
Single by The Classics
B-side "Enie Minie Mo"
ReleasedJune 1963
Genre Doo-wop
Label Musicnote
Songwriter(s) Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, Guy Wood

Recorded versions

The song has continued to be popular, with versions recorded in later years by artists such as:

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