Moonlight Becomes You
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Johnny Burke
Lyricist
Jimmy Van Heusen
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1966
Recording
November 29, 1965
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"Moonlight Becomes You" is a song written by Jimmy Van Heusen. It was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1966 Reprise album Moonlight Sinatra.

Lyrics[edit | edit source]

You're all dressed up to go dreaming
Now don't tell me I'm wrong
And what a night to go dreaming
Mind if I tag along

Moonlight becomes, it goes with your hair
You certainly know the right thing to wear
Moonlight becomes you, I'm thrilled at the sight
And I could get so romantic tonight

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You're all dressed up to go dreaming
Now don't you tell me I'm wrong
What a night to go dreaming
Mind if I tag along

And if I say, "I love you"
I want you to know
It's not just because there's moonlight
Although moonlight becomes you so

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