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Change Partners
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Irving Berlin
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Irving Berlin
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1967
Recording
February 1, 1967
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"Change Partners" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1967 album, Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim.

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Must you dance every dance with the same fortunate man?
You have danced with him since the music began.
Won’t you change partners and dance with me?
Must you dance quite so close with your lips touching his face?

Can’t you see
I’m longing to be in his place?
Won’t you change partners and dance with me?
Ask him to sit this one out. while you’re alone,
I’ll tell the waiter to tell him he’s wanted on the telephone.

You’ve been locked in his arms ever since heaven-knows-when.
Won’t you change partners and then,
You may never want to change partners again.