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Five Hundred Guys
Composer
Donald Canton
Lyricist
Ira Kosloff
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April 9, 1956[1]
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"Five Hundred Guys" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded under Capitol Records in 1956.

"Five Hundred Guys" was released as a B-side single in 1956 for the song "(How Little It Matters) How Little We Know." In this single, the A-side peaked at #30 whereas its B-side of "Five Hundred Guys" peaked at #75.[2]

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Lyrics Edit

Five hundred guys have one thousand eyes for my baby,
They stand around and stare, no matter where she goes,
Five hundred men have one great big yen for my baby,
They'd like to buy her things, like diamond rings and clothes,
I really had to overcome a lot of competition,
And I'm not telling how I reaped my number one position.
But four ninety nine are wasting their time with my baby,
And here's the reason why they have my sympathy,
Because, baby, she got eyes for me.
(repeat chorus)
Cause baby has two eyes, great big bright two eyes,
Baby just has eyes for me, baby just has eyes for me.

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/fivehunderedguys.html
  2. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/how-little-it-matters-how-little-we-know-163/

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