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How About You?
Composer
Burton Lane
Lyricist
Ralph Freed
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1956
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January, 1955
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"How About You?" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded in his 1956 award-winning, Capitol album, Songs for Swingin' Lovers!.

History Edit

"How About You?" is a song composed by Burton Lane accompanied by Ralph Freed for the lyrics. The song was originally written by the two for the 1941 musical Babes on Broadway. Since this initial performance by Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney, the song as become a jazz standard and popularized by dozens of artists.

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Lyrics Edit

I like New York in June, how about you?
I like a Gershwin tune, how about you?
I love a fire side, when a storm is due
I like potato trips, moonlight and motor trips, how about you?

I'm mad about good books, can't get my fill
And James Durante's looks give me a thrill
Holding hands in the movie show, when all the lights are low
May not be new, but I like it how about you?

I like New York in June, how about you?
I like a Gershwin tune, how about you?
I love a fire side, when a storm is due
How about you?

I'm mad about good books, can't get my fill
And James Durante's looks, they give me a thrill
Holding hands in the movie show, when all the lights are low
May not be new, but i like it
I like it
I like it, how about you?

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