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American Beauty Rose
Composer
Jule Styne
Lyricist
Sammy Cahn
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1961
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May 22, 1961
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"American Beauty Rose" is a song that was featured in Frank Sinatra's 1961 studio album, Come Swing with Me!.

Lyrics Edit

Of all the sweethearts
I've yet to meet
Well I finally chose an American beauty rose

Camelia's tragic
She can't be mine
Magnolia's magic
It makes Maggie shine
Laurel will hug you
Orchid's divine
Still I finally chose an American beauty rose

Why she's clingier than Ivy
And she's zingier than black-eyed Susan
And springier than Mabel in June
But daffy as a daffodil
It's laughable the way I thrill
When roses are in bloom

Pansy is pretty
Willow is tall
Violet's kisses
Tulips recall
How can I choose one
I love 'em all
Still I finally chose an American beauty rose

Say she's clingier than Ivy
And she's zingier than black-eyed Susan
And springier than Mabel in June
But daffy as a daffodil
It's laughable the way I thrill
When roses are in bloom

That Pansy is so pretty
Willow is tall
Violet's kisses
Tulips recall
How can I choose one
I love 'em all
Still I finally chose an
Can you guess who I chose?
Yep, I chose an American beauty rose

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