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I Love You
Composer
Harlan Thompson
Lyricist
Harold Archer
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November 1953
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April 1953
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"I Love You" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Capitol Records on April 30, 1953; it was released as a single on November 2 of the same year. The song was also released in the expanded edition of Sinatra's 1954 LP, Swing Easy!

Lyrics Edit

I love you. I love you.
Is all that I can say.
I love you. I love you.
The same old worlds I'm saying in the same old way.
I love you. I love you.
Three words that are divine.
And now, my dear, I'm waitin' to hear
The words that will make you mine.

Little girl, I love you.
Can't you see I love you.
I love you. Can't you see I love you.
I love you. I love you.
Three words that are divine.
And now, my dear, I'm waitin' to hear
The words that make you mine.

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