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Have You Met Miss Jones?
Composer
Lorenz Hart
Lyricist
Richard Rodgers
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Release
July 1961
Recording
May 1961
Release
July 1961
Recording
May 1961
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"Have You Met Miss Jones?" is a song in Frank Sinatra's 1961 album, Swing Along with Me. Sinatra also recorded this song in the same year for his Reprise album, Ring-a-Ding-Ding! and this recording was later featured in Sinatra's 1965 album, My Kind of Broadway.

Lyrics Edit

"Have you met Miss Jones?" someone said as we shook hands,
She was just Miss Jones to me.
And then I said, "Miss Jones, you're a girl who understands
I'm a man who must be free."
And all at once I lost my breath, and all at once was scared to death,
And all at once I owned the earth and sky.
And now I've met Miss Jones, and we'll keep on meeting till we die,
Miss Jones and I.

And all at once I lost my breath, and all at once was scared to death,
And all at once I owned the earth and the sky.
Now I've met Miss Jones, and we'll keep on meeting till we die,
Miss Jones and I, Miss Jones and I, Miss Jones and I

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