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Exactly Like You
Composer
Jimmy McHugh
Lyricist
Dorothy Fields
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"Exactly Like You" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

History[]

"Exactly Like You" was written by Jimmy McHugh alongside Dorothy Fields for the 1930 musical Lew Leslie which introduced their song "On the Sunny Side of the Street."[1]

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Lyrics[]

I know why I've waited, know why I've been blue
Prayed each night for someone exactly like you
Why should we spend money on a show or two?
No one does those love scenes exactly like you

You make me feel so grand; I'd like to hand the world to you
You seem to understand each foolish little scheme I'm scheming
And the dream I'm dreaming
Now I know why my mother taught me to be true
She meant me for someone exactly like you

You make me feel so grand; I wanna hand the world to you
You seem to understand each foolish little scheme that I'm scheming
And the dream that I'm dreaming
Now I know why my mother she taught me to be true
She meant me for someone exactly like you

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