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Comme Ci Comme Ca
Composer
Pierre Dudan
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Bruno Andre Coquatrix, Alex C. Kramer, Joan Whitney
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December 19, 1948[1]
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"Comme Ci Comme Ca" is a song that Frank Sinatra recorded under Columbia Records.

This rendition of the song was released as a single in 1949 with a B-side of "While the Angelus Was Ringing." Neither of these songs charted, however.[2]

Lyrics Edit

I always say, comme ci comme ca,*
And go my way, comme ci comme ca,
Since you are gone, nothing excites me.
Since you are gone, no one delights me.
And I go on, comme ci comme ca,
Midnight till dawn, comme ci comme ca,
But should we meet, that would excite me,
And should you smile, that would delight me,
I'd live again to love again,
But until then, comme ci comme ca.

It seems my friends have been complaining
They say that I've been acting rude.
But I have never liked explaining,
Which may explain my attitude.
comme ci comme ca,
comme ci comme ca,
Since you are gone, nothing excites me.
Since you are gone, no one delights me.
hmm, hmm,
tira, rirum.
But should we meet, that would excite me,
And should you smile, that would delight me,
I'd live again to love again,
But until then, comme ci comme ca.

  • Like the Spanish idiomatic expression "com si, com sa" meaning, "Whatever happens, come what may."

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/commecicommeca.html
  2. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/comme-ci-comme-ca-315/

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