Monique
Composer
Sammy Cahn
Lyricist
Elmer Bernstein
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1958
Recording
March 29, 1958[1]
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"Monique" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Capitol Records. Arranged by Felix Slatkin, this song was used for the film Kings Go Forth.

In 1958, this song was released as an A-side single with the song "Same Old Song and Dance." Neither of these songs charted, however.[2]

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Lyrics[edit | edit source]

When they see Monique, I know they'll understand

Monique, Monique
I've hungered so for this
Monique, Monique
The magic of your kiss

Monique, Monique
Was Paris always there
Monique, Monique
I didn't know or care

But why am I dancing, my friends may well demand
I'll tell them Monique, Monique held my hand
When they see Monique, I'm sure they'll understand

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