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Everybody Has the Right to Be Wrong (At Least Once)
Composer
Jimmy Van Heusen
Lyricist
Sammy Cahn
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1965
Recording
August 23, 1965
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"Everybody Has the Right to Be Wrong (At Least Once)" is a song featured in Frank Sinatra's 1965 album My Kind of Broadway.

Lyrics Edit

Everybody has the right to be wrong at least once
Everybody has the right to be dunce-like, once-like
Not being too smart is, is no disgrace
What sets you apart is smilin' with egg on your face

Its naive to make believe that you're right, it's not bright
Only fools go walking on thin ice, twice

You and life can skip the strife and you'll both get along
All it takes is simply saying you're wrong when you're wrong
And everybody has the right to be wrong

[brief musical interlude]

You and life can skip the strife and you'll both get along
All it takes is simply sayin' you're wrong when you're wrong
And everybody has the right to be
It can be a real delight to be
And I'd fight, fight for the right to be wrong

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