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Crazy Love
Composer
Sammy Cahn
Lyricist
Phil Tuminello
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Capitol single (1957)
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March 14, 1957[1]
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"Crazy Love" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under an arrangement by Nelson Riddle under Capitol Records. This session took place on March 14, 1957.[1]

The song was released as a single in 1957 and peaked at #60 on the charts of that year. The song's B-side was "So Long, My Love" which peaked at #74.[2]

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Crazy love, people say I'm crazy in love.
Just a fool, sighing sighs to the skies up above
It isn't normal or real, to feel heaven's right inside your door.
But somehow that's how I feel, and I've never felt this way before.

Crazy dreams, keep me clinging to this affair.
I'm insane to keep dreaming that you could care.
But I am a kind of a fool who stayed after school.

I've learned my lessons well,
And if this crazy love is such a crazy love, I'm glad I fell.

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