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Ain't Cha Ever Comin' Back?
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Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston
Lyricist
Irving Taylor
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March 11, 1947[1]
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"Ain't Cha Ever Comin' Back?" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records with an Axel Stordahl arrangement. The song features backing vocals by the Pied Pipers.

Lyrics[]

Ain'tcha ever coming back, aintcha? Can't ya see the difference it makes?
I'm half myself without your kisses,
One more night of doing without `em will drive me crazy
Won'tcha make me smile again, won'tcha? Just a word is all that it takes.
Your hello will let me know that we're the same as we used to be,
Oh, ain't cha ever coming back to me?

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