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The Right Girl for Me
Composer
Betty Comden, Adolph Green
Lyricist
Roger Edens
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1949
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1949
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"The Right Girl for Me" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded in 1949.

Sinatra performed this song for his film appearance in 1949 for Columbia Records, Take Me Out to the Ball Game. This performance was released as a single in 1949 which did not chart. The B-side to this single was "Night After Night."[1]

History Edit

Releases Edit

Studio Recordings
  • Columbia single (1949)
Reissues

Lyrics Edit

I'll hear heavenly music,
I'll hear bells start to chime,
I'll hear thunder, and I'll be struck with wonder
But I won't have to look a second time.

If her voice is a song, and her walk is a dance,
And if her laugh is warm and free
If I suddenly seem to be seeing a dream,
She's the right girl for me.

If the glow in her eyes and the light in her smile
Could charm a bird right off a tree,
I'll be charmed as a bird, and I'll know in a word,
She's the right girl for me.

She'll have a simple sweet appeal
That wins my affection.
She'll be the kind who'll make me feel
She needs my protection,

If the sight of her face and the touch of her hand,
Can make me happy as can be,
If my heart says, "Come in,"
Darling where have you been?"
She's the right girl for me,

She's the right girl for me,

References Edit

  1. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/the-right-girl-for-me-320/
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