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How Do You Do Without Me?
Composer
John DeVries
Lyricist
Joe Bushkin
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September 18, 1941[1]
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"How Do You Do Without Me?" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded alongside Harry James and his Orchestra.

This song was released as Sinatra's last 1941 single. "How Do You Do Without Me?" was the B-side of "It Isn't a Dream Anymore."[2]

Lyrics Edit

How's your love life,
how's your heartbeat,
how do you do with me?
How's that new boy,
how does he rate,
how do you do without me?
My doctors say I'm fit and healthy,
I really come on,
My bank will tell you that I'm solvent,
except that I'm overdrawn,
So how's forgiving,
how's forgetting,
how can you do this to me?
And how's for living,
how's for getting a flat with me as a lessee?
I tell you what,
you're in a rot,
you need a caretaker, see?
Honey, how could you do,
how do you do without me?

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/howdoyoudowithoutme.html
  2. http://sinatrafamily.com/single/it-isnt-a-dream-anymore-437/

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