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My Foolish Heart
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Ned Washington
Lyricist
Victor Young
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June 6, 1988[1]
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"My Foolish Heart" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records and Reprise Records. This song was the final song Sinatra recorded in a studio performance, disregarding his Duets and Duets II recordings.

Sinatra performed the songs several times during his radio performances during 1950. His first studio recording was with Billy May in 1988.

Sinatra closes the recording with "Goodnight, ladies and gentleman." The only release of the song, at this point in time, is being the final track of The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings.

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The night is like a lovely tune, beware my foolish heart!
How white the ever constant moon, take care, my foolish heart!

There's a line between love and fascination,
That's hard to see on an evening such as this,
For they give the very same sensation.
When you are lost in the passion of a kiss.

Your lips are much too close to mine, beware my foolish heart!
But should our eager lips combine, then let the fire start.
For this time it isn't fascination, or a dream that will fade and fall apart,
It's love this time, it's love, my foolish heart!

Your lips are much too close to mine, beware my foolish heart!
But should our eager lips combine, then let the fire start.
For this time it isn't fascination, or a dream that will fade and fall apart,
It's love this time, it's love, my foolish heart!

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  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/myfoolishheart.html
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