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Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)
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Johnny Mercer
Lyricist
Rube Bloom
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March 4, 1946
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December 7, 1945
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"Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)" is a song that Frank Sinatra performed in his debut album under Columbia Records, The Voice of Frank Sinatra. This song was also featured in the 1949 album Frankly Sentimental.

A rerecorded version was featured in Sinatra's 1960 Capitol album Nice 'n' Easy.

Lyrics Edit

Romance is a game for fools, I used to say
A game I thought I'd never play
Romance is a game for fools, I said & grinned
Then you passed by and here am I throwing caution to the wind

Fools rush in
Where angels fear to tread
And so I come to you my love
My heart above my head

Though I see
There's danger there
If there's a chance for me
Then I don't care

Fools rush in
Where wise men never go
But wise men never fall in love
So how are they to know

When we met
I felt my life begin
So open up your heart and let
This fool rush in

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