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Ain't Cha Ever Comin' Back?
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Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston
Lyricist
Irving Taylor
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March 11, 1947[1]
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"Ain't Cha Ever Comin' Back?" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records with an Axel Stordahl arrangement. The song features backing vocals by the Pied Pipers.

Lyrics Edit

Ain'tcha ever coming back, aintcha? Can't ya see the difference it makes?
I'm half myself without your kisses,
One more night of doing without `em will drive me crazy
Won'tcha make me smile again, won'tcha? Just a word is all that it takes.
Your hello will let me know that we're the same as we used to be,
Oh, ain't cha ever coming back to me?

Rolln&trollnnces Edit

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

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