Till There Was You (disambiguation)

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" Till There Was You " is a love song from the 1957 Broadway musical, The Music Man later covered by The Beatles and many others.

"Till There Was You" is a song written by Meredith Willson for his musical play The Music Man (1957), and which also appeared in the 1962 movie version. It is sung by librarian Marian Paroo to "Professor" Harold Hill toward the end of Act Two.

Till There Was You could also refer to:

Till There Was You is a 1990 Australian film directed by John Seale, written by Michael Thomas, and starring Mark Harmon, Martin Garner, Gregory T. Daniel, and Deborah Kara Unger. The film was shot on location in the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu.

Till There Was You is a 2003 Filipino romantic drama film directed by Joyce E. Bernal and starring Judy Ann Santos and Piolo Pascual.

<i>Til There Was You</i> 1997 American romantic drama film directed by Scott Winant

'Til There Was You is a 1997 American romantic comedy film directed by Scott Winant and starring Jeanne Tripplehorn, Dylan McDermott, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jennifer Aniston. The screenplay, written by Winnie Holzman, traces thirty-odd years in the parallel lives of two people whose intertwined paths finally converge when their mutual interest in a community project brings them together.

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