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I'd Know You Anywhere
Composer
Jimmy McHugh
Lyricist
Johnny Mercer
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"I'd Know You Anywhere" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

The song was released as a single in 1940 with a B-side of "You've Got Me This Way." Both songs, the B-side performed only by The Pied Pipers, did not chart.[1]

Lyrics[]

I'd know you anywhere, I'd know that grin,
I'd know you anywhere when you walked in,
I would tingle with a single glance in your eye,
Watching the starlight dance in your eye.

You saw my vacant stare, you understood,
I'd love you anywhere, honest I would,
I was certain this would happen, strange as it seems,
I'd know you anywhere from my dreams.

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