I Should Care
Composer
Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl
Lyricist
Paul Weston
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1945
Recording
March 6, 1945[1]
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"I Should Care" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This song was released as an A-side single in 1945 with a B-side of "When Your Lover Has Gone." This song peaked at #8 while its B-side did not peak.[2]

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I should care
I should go around weeping
I should care
I should go without sleeping

Strangely enough I sleep well
'Cept for a dream or two
But then I count my sheep well
Funny how a sheep can lull you to sleep

So I should care
I should let it upset me
I should care
But it just doesn't get me

Maybe I won't find
The someone as lovely as you
But I should care
And I do

Maybe I won't find
The someone as lovely as you
But I should care
And I do

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