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The Charm of You
Composer
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Lyricist
Jule Styne
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1945
Recording
August 18, 1944[1]
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"The Charm of You" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records with an Axel Stordahl arrangement. This song was recorded for the film Anchors Aweigh.

This song was released as a single in 1945. The B-side to this single was "I Fall In Love Too Easily." Neither of these songs charted, however.[2]

Lyrics[]

The charm of you is comparable to a Christmas tree with toys,
With little girls and boys when first they see the tree.

The thrill of you is comparable to the thrill I felt
when I first learned the heart could sigh,

And you were the reason why, and yet, and yet if we two have never met,
I'd know your grace that warms a face that only the angels get, and

And so comparing you with all of these things, is all that I can do,
Because they add up to the charm of you.

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