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The version of the song which was released on 45 RPM single contains a different vocal take than the version which appeared on the original movie soundtrack and subsequent greatest hits compilations. Both versions use the same music track. The difference in the vocals can most easily be heard on the line "Smiles we gave to one another" at approximately 1:15 into the song. The true 45 RPM single version has never appeared on CD. The soundtrack version of the song, a completely different take with alternate music track, appears on Just For the Record, Streisand's 4-CD box set collection released in 1991.
A bootleg of the recording sessions exists featuring Streisand with composer Marvin Hamlisch in a recording studio as they perform various takes of the song. One segment reveals Streisand changing the first word of the song from "Daydreams" to "Memories."
Streisand's version was listed at #90 on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All Time.2dead link
In 1976, The New York Disco Orchestra released a disco version of the song on Artemis Records. This version was produced by Clem Vicari. It was released as a seven inch single and divided into two parts. This version charted for two weeks on Billboard's Disco Action Charts.
In 1976, Teresa Teng recorded the song on her English album, "With Love from...Teresa Teng".
In 1976, Rico J. Puno recorded the song with a part of a Tagalog verse.